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    Throttle Body Bearings?

    Has anybody sourced out replacement throttle body bearings?

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    Itís got a part number on there

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    I donít see a number

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    These throttles are so sensitive anything out of order might get you stranded somewhere in limp mode. Speaking from experience when I tried to lube up a sticky throttle and then had a headache 50 miles from the dock.

    Just grab a cheap aftermarket and don't risk it. https://activejetsport.com/product/s...throttle-body/

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    A used one from audi 1.8T would also do the trick!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ptscon View Post
    These throttles are so sensitive anything out of order might get you stranded somewhere in limp mode. Speaking from experience when I tried to lube up a sticky throttle and then had a headache 50 miles from the dock.

    Just grab a cheap aftermarket and don't risk it. https://activejetsport.com/product/s...throttle-body/

    I've used a few of the early aftermarket units, rather unimpressed with them. Had to grind down a corner to fit, also had to make a paper gasket cause the rubber would squish out with any torque. And yes, lubing a sticking shaft is just a temp fix. A rusty bearing needs to be replaced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JeffSki View Post
    I've used a few of the early aftermarket units, rather unimpressed with them. Had to grind down a corner to fit, also had to make a paper gasket cause the rubber would squish out with any torque. And yes, lubing a sticking shaft is just a temp fix. A rusty bearing needs to be replaced.

    Newer ones are exact clones of OEM and use the stock gasket and bolts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JeffSki View Post
    I've used a few of the early aftermarket units, rather unimpressed with them. Had to grind down a corner to fit, also had to make a paper gasket cause the rubber would squish out with any torque. And yes, lubing a sticking shaft is just a temp fix. A rusty bearing needs to be replaced.
    The correct non stock replacement TB is Bosch 280 750 009, using a FelPro gasket #61092 with 4 - 60mm bolts. I've been using this TB on my turbo ski for the pass 3 years. No issues to date.

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