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Old 02-03-2006, 08:36 PM   #1
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SVT throttle body spacer..yes/no??

Can someone please tell me if there is any gain in power to install a throttle body spacer under the stock throttle body?? Has anyone here done it? Also how does the spacer work with an aftermarket 65mm throttle body instead of the stock one? Thanks.................Kip


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The only gain is to the wallet of the guy selling them. Worthless for our cars. Works with carbs and certain types of fuel injection that doesn't use individual injectors.
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yup not worth it
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I've heard the same as the rest...not worth it.
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Spacers work on carbeureted engines, but on port fuel injected engines they are worthless.
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Thanks for all your feedback. What do you think about a aftermarket 65mm throttle body installed?? Any real gains with these????
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^^i have one on my svt and as far as gains maybe 2-3 MAYBE but throttle is greatly increased as well as driveablility and pedal feel
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t/b spacers are about as conductive of power as the TORNADOs. i had a t/b spacer on my durango i used to own... it did nothing. wait, it did whistle when you'd accelerate... but that's it, and my car already makes way cooler noises than whistling when i accelrate!!!
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oh yeah, i highly recommend the upgraded t-body on our cars! it not only looks better, but it does do what everyone else said it does, not much for power, though.
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