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Hey, I recientally purchased a Throttle body spacer,I'm really pleased with the proformance it's given me in the lower RPM range, and even all the way through the RPM Range, But I was just wondering if I were to get the Tornado Air Management Swirler Thing, would that mess up the air flow? and make it spin a different way? or would it increase my air flow even more? Thanks for the help.
1999 Atlantic Blue 3.8L Auto. Mods: MAC CAI, 4.10 Gears, Trak-Loc, Flowmaster 40's exhaust 3 1/2inch.tips. Throttle Body Spacer, DiablosportChip, MSD ignition wires, UD pullie, Kennybrown strut tower brace, JBA shorty headers, 73MM MAF
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1. 17 x9 Front, 17 x 10 Rear Cobra Rims and tires 2. Saleen Body Kit 3. Aluminum Flywheel 4. Aluminum Driveshaft, and crankshaft. 5. Camshaft and roller rockers 6. Fuel regulator and fuel pump. 7. 70mm throttle body 8. Fuel injec
I love what Kenne Bell says about those things... It's exactly what I think
What is the most ridiculous aftermarket product? Hands down, it's the "little intake fans" and the "throttle body spacers" with the bore grooves. Right there on the list has to be those "underhood exposed filters" that suck in 200° underhood air instead of ambient (70°-100° air from the fenderwell). 10° air temp rise is -1% HP. That's how dynos are calibrated for temperature changes. Does anyone really believe that all those OEM manufacturers designed expensive plastic inlet systems - for the last 20 years - that pull cool air from the fenderwell, hood or grill because they didn't have anything else to spend their money on? Then there's those "factory calibrated" mass air meters that do not use a chip or re-calibrated processor with oversize injectors. They unwittingly reduce the voltage signal to the mass air meter to compensate for the larger injectors at WOT but they neglect all the driveability issues. The result is over advancing timing, lean mixtures, detonation, surging, bucking etc.
Bright Red 2000 Mustang, 5 speed
98GT 17' Rims- Mach I Chin Spoiler- Painted brake calipers and Interior parts red- FR 3:73 Gears and FR T-lock Differential- MAC CAI- Steeda Short Throw Shifter- Flowmaster 50 Series Duals
Intake spacer is a Phenolic spacer, it goes between your upper and lower intake manifold. Having a greater distance between the 2 makes sure that your air coming in is nice and cool, and that the heat is not going from your engine to your Intake.
2003 SVT Cobra Black on Black
Kooks Longtube headers
Dynomax 3" Ultra flow Race mufflers
8.8 Rear end with 3.73s
Aeromotive inline fuel pump
Accufab Oval and Inlet TB
Kenne Bell Blowzilla 14ish PSI
Kenne Belle Boost a spark
D&D K-member and A arms
Custom Upper and Lower controll arms
8 point cage
89 Black 5.0 Hatchback (SOLD)