New! K-Tuned 90mm Throttle Body

K-Tuned’s deep breathing solution for K series racers.

By Aaron Gaghagen
Photos courtesy of K-Tuned

K-Tuned has a history of listening to their customers and coming up with solutions. The K-Tuned 90mm throttle body is their answer for K series powered setups that wish to take advantage of a larger 1989-1993 Mustang 5.0 throttle body. The advantage here is that these come with K series MAP sensor and Idle Air Control Valve ports that make fitting them as simple as bolting them on.



Exactly like all of K-Tuned's other throttle bodies these are constructed with 6061 billet aluminum with a brass throttle blade and a stainless steel, center-less ground, throttle shaft that is leak tested to 90psi. They retained the stock Mustang throttle body bolt pattern so they will bolt right up with some bigger aftermarket intake manifolds the same way as their original 90mm throttle bodies.


The K-Tuned 90mm K sereies throttle body and inlet are o-ring sealed so there is no need to worry about gaskets.


The throttle cable connects to a fully adjustable throttle rotor with 10 settings and a reversible throttle cable bracket. K-Tuned designed this bracket to allow you to run the cable on top like the OEM setup or tucked on the bottom.



The K-Tuned 90mm K series throttle body comes standard with 3.5" hose barb inlet, but they also have 3.75" and 4" sizes available to purchase separately. They also have optional V-band or Vanjen inlets available separately in both 3.5" or 4" sizes. All of these inlets are interchangeable, so they bolt on and eliminate the need for any welding.


KTD-TB9-IAK – K-Tuned 90mm Throttle Body with IACV and Map Ports – K-Series
KTD-TB9-IAB – K-Tuned 90mm Throttle Body with IACV and Map Ports – B-Series
MSRP – $379.99
Hit up K-Tuned for more information.
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Aaron Gaghagen
Multimedia Editor at VTEC Academy
Aaron Gaghagen is a veteran video editor and longtime Honda enthusiast. All told, he’s owned seven of them, and has enjoyed every single minute of wrenching on every single one. Except for that automatic one. That was probably a mistake. In 2010 Aaron teamed up with Brian Gillespie who along with another partner launched Nacho Speed Garage, a venture that capitalized on Aaron’s video expertise to do its part in entertaining and educating the Honda masses. Nacho Speed Garage took everything to the next level. Instead of reading magazines and cruising forums for content, Aaron and Brian were generating it themselves. The demise of Honda Tuning magazine in 2014 was the impetus for Aaron to do something even more impactful, though, which led to the creation of VTEC Academy and aims to carry that Honda torch forward in the same spirt of not just Honda Tuning but Nacho Speed Garage.