K-Tuned B-series TPS Adapter Kit

K-Tuned B-series TPS Adapter Kit

The K-Tuned B-series TPS Adapter is a simple 2 piece adapter that makes it possible to use a 1988 to 2001 B-series TPS onto an RSX Type-S style K-series throttle body. Note that this adapter can also be used on several aftermarket TB's as long as they were originally designed for the standard Type-S TPS. The mounting holes on both the K and B TPS are identical, so mounting is very simple using a billet aluminum spacer.

For the actual shaft to arm conversion, K-Tuned designed a small round adapter that bolts to the shaft of the K throttle body with a set screw. This adapter piece has two posts on it that will hold the arm on the B-Series TPS. For wiring, a female K-series TPS plug and 3 terminals is included to connect to the B-series TPS plug that is cut off the old engine harness. The idea here is to make an adapter so that you will not need to cut your K-Series engine harness.

All that's left is calibration, which is just like all Honda TPS sensors; set the reading to 0.475 volts closed and the wide open reading should be approximately 4.5 volts.

Kit includes the 2 piece adapter, female TPS plug, 3 terminals and stainless steel hardware.

Engine applications: K20A/A2/A3/Z1 throttlebodies. Can fit several aftermarket throttle bodies that mimic the RSX Type-S throttle body.

Note: Adapter must be used with a Honda MPFI (Multi Point Fuel Injection) J3TR60659 TPS sensor. Also note that this sensor is found on several Honda models ranging in year from 1988 to 2001.

K-Tuned B-series TPS Adapter Kit

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