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Speedlogix Ported Throttle Bodies for your Durango!
We keep these in stock for fast shipment, and have options for the 3.6L V6 (80mm) or 5.7L (85 or 87mm).


Offers crisper throttle response and increased horsepower.
Computer designed and dyno tested

5-axis CNC Ported High Velocity HEMI Throttle Body was developed to help increase the flow of air through the stock intake manifolds of the new HEMI engines. AND IT WORKS! The stock throttle body has shown on many applications to be a restriction on these engines but with the new venturi-like design, airflow through the stock throttle body has been increased allowing even more power while being a direct bolt-on part.
High Velocity Throttle Bodies are brand new CNC ported OEM throttle bodies.


Features:


Fully Plug and Play
Max Airflow Through OEM Throttle Body
Perfect Drivability
No Issues Requiring Tuning*
Patent Pending


*Basic tuning is recommended at WOT to compensate for the additional airflow into your engine to optimize
power


For Ordering Info:

80mm Throttle Body 11-14 3.6L
Ported 80mm Throttle Body 11-12 Challenger, Charger, 300 3.6L


85mm Throttle Body 05-14 5.7L
Ported 85mm Throttle Body 05-12 Charger, Challenger, 300, Magnum 5.7L, 6.1L, 6.4L/392L


87mm Throttle Body 05-14 5.7L
Ported 87MM Throttle Body 05-12 Challenger, Charger, 300, Magnum 5.7L, 6.1L, 392/6.4L
 

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What are the application differences between the 85mm and 87mm versions? Is it as simple as 87mm = more airflow = recommended for more highly modified motors?

Would you recommend the 87mm for someone as an early mod for someone who will eventually, over time, add more and more mods, perhaps including heads/cam? Or should that person start with an 85mm and then switch out to the 87mm later?
 

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What are the application differences between the 85mm and 87mm versions? Is it as simple as 87mm = more airflow = recommended for more highly modified motors?

Would you recommend the 87mm for someone as an early mod for someone who will eventually, over time, add more and more mods, perhaps including heads/cam? Or should that person start with an 85mm and then switch out to the 87mm later?
The 85 is a great choice for a stock or bolt on car, but many folks go to the 87 for even a bolt on car. I would suggest the 87 especially if you plan further mods down the road.
 

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What is the standard size for the 5.7 TB for a 3rd Gen Durango?
 

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It says in the description "A basic tune at WOT is recommended". How does one achieve a "basic tune at WOT"?. Lol. Gun it?
 

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It says in the description "A basic tune at WOT is recommended". How does one achieve a "basic tune at WOT"?. Lol. Gun it?
By basic tune, meaning a canned tune, nothing custom needed.
 
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