Competitive Analysis

Tech Expert's Electronic Throttle Bodies undergo extensive in-house testing at NAPA Echlin’s engineering department in Long Island City, NY. There, our engineers look at flow tests and make sure each unit meets our high performance standards. The result is a high-quality replacement with coverage for an array of domestic and import vehicles.

See how our Tech Expert ETB103 stacks up to the Competition with our comparison chart

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Tech Expert™ vs the Competition: 45-Day Endurance Test

Our engineers performed an extensive 45-Day endurance test of our Tech Expert ETB103 and the Electronic Throttle Body of a competitor.

The engineers measured the durability of the units as well as the motor torque required to open and close the throttle plates, as well as a complete a complete physical comparison of both units. The test results speak for itself.

With Tech Expert's superior quality and durability, you’ll have an Electronic Throttle Body that stands up to the underhood conditions and strenuous demands of today’s engines.

Tech Expert™ ETB103

The ETB103 was tested for a full 45-days and was fully intact at completion with good operational characteristics.

The end result is a reliable and premium quality Electronic Throttle Body that meets or exceeds the OE alternative.

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The Competition

After 10 days of testing, the compound gear cracked in the middle.

While this failure was predicted, there are other design flaws that this failure masks

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Tech Expert™ Premium Quality vs the Competition

Further proof Tech Expert™ makes a superior quality Electronic Throttle Body. We pay attention to our components, engineering, and manufacturing.

 

COMPETITION TECH EXPERT
Low cost suppliers Premium quality supplier
Unreliable reman options available 100% NEW, never reman
Low-quality components Upgrades to failure-prone components
Most do not include gaskets Provided as kits with required gaskets
Release part numbers that are not failure-prone Coverage for popular and failure-prone applications