Turn-key ITB packages from Jenvey Dynamics

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Jenvey Dynamics Ltd., has launched a range of complete turnkey individual throttle body (ITB) packages. The new range provides customers with everything required to install the latest, high-performance ITB, including the throttle bodies, inlet manifold, throttle linkages, fuel system accessories and Electronic Control Unit (ECU).

“This new range addresses two challenges faced by professional and amateur engine builders; ensuring that each component is carefully matched with the others to maximise performance on a particular engine, and ensuring that they all fit easily together to ensure a fast, efficient build to a high standard,”¬†explained Mike Jenvey, managing director, Jenvey Dynamics.

The modular ITBs are designed, tested and manufactured in-house, and are said to provide considerable installation flexibility. They are designed to work with a range of ECUs from leading suppliers, giving the customer the flexibility to choose either the Jenvey ECU recommendation or an ECU from their preferred supplier.

Jenvey’s range of ITB kits have been developed for a variety of engines suitable for road, track day or race series use. Jenvey states that all of its products undergo CAE stress analysis and are CAD developed, prototyped, tested and produced in-house in the UK.

The complete packages are available for a broad range of road and race engines, including those by Cosworth, Porsche and BMW.

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