A couple of weeks ago I bought a FRPP Monoblade SCJ Throttle body for my 07 GT500. I installed it, downloaded the BAMA tune and took it for a test drive. After about 3/4 of a mile, the car went into the failsafe mode. I called BAMA and gave them the diagnostic codes and from the codes, they told me I needed to "repin" my throttle actuator harness. I reprogramed back to factory specs, drove home and took the Monoblade TB off and returned it to Summit Racing, telling them it was defective because the throttle actuator was stuck.
Here is part of the description of the SCJ Monoblade TB from the American Muscle site:
Ford Racing Quality. Precision cnc machined from solid billet aluminum to ensure the highest quality, this Ford Racing oval throttle body comes fully assembled, complete with throttle position sensor, actuator motor, and even includes the jumper harness. And features the Ford Racing logo CNC machined into the top of the housing.
I searched several other sites and DID NOT FIND ANY MENTION of a "jumper harness" This jumper harness is what is used to do the repin on the SCJ Monoblade TB. From what BAMA told me, it has to be repinned in order to run correctly.
I ended up getting the CJ Twin 65 MM TB and got a new tune from BAMA. No problem with the 65MM TB.
Not real happy that Summit, nor other sites I checked mentioned the jumper harness. Thankful that Summit took the Monoblade back as FRPP's come without a warranty. It was literally less than 24 hours all total from the time I bought the Monoblade and then brought it back; again very lucky they gave me my money back.
All of the research I did before AND after the fact mention the difficulty with tuning the Monoblade. I believe that the jumper harness and repinning of the TB MUST be done in order for the car to run properly. Again, I'm irritated that that info was nowhere to be found on the Summit web site.
End of the story: The 65MM CJ TB works great. Really changed the character of the car as it provides more response and much quicker acceleration.
Beezy, it sounds like you may have given BAMA the wrong info to get your tune.
Let us know how your situation ended up.