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Discussion in '94-95 5.0 - Specific' started by Demolisher, Mar 19, 2007.
Do these really help on our cars? is it worth the money? :help2:
yes they work...
its nothing new... they were used on carbs too...
They work, but not worth the hassle, money, or time for the end result (2hp). Spend your money else where.
NO! They don't work for shit. It is NOT like a carb spacer. A carb'd intake a "wet" intake meaning it flow fuel and air through out the entire intake. Adding a spacer on a carb'd setup can optimize atomization by providing more distance to the combustion chamber for thus allowing more time for "stirring" of the mix. Dropping however much for a TB spacer is BUNK. Intake spacers (i.e. extending idividual runners) has a greater effect. EITHER WAY, they're both bullshit. If you need valvecover clearance, by all means, get an intake spacer but I wouldn't buy one to increase my power. Your money is better spent elsewhere.