Originally Posted by centexE9x
You guys are thinking about it all wrong. The valvetronic motor is the throttle body for the n52/k the throttle body is only for vacuum. It does not function as a traditional throttle body. To the OP's question if I get one that is all flooded out I hold it to the floor. Whether it really does anything. Idk but it does seem to clear them out faster.
Pretty much says what i stated above, not to quote myself but...... quote" valvetronic takes the place of the throttle body in allowing a metered amount of air to enter the engine. When we push on the accelerator pedal in our cars it actually controls the valvetrain and not the TB butterfly."
i searched on the net and here and can't seem to find anything related to my question.