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Are they worth it and does anyone have real world Hp/Tq gains?
 

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It has been reported that they are useless.
 

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ive seen where an intake spacer is effective if the engines been modified enough to be able to use the added manifold volume. as a simple bolt on to a stock motor its probubly a waste of cash. the ones with spiral groves ,vortexes or whatever are all hype.
 

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thx for the imput . That's what I thought
 

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Are they worth it and does anyone have real world Hp/Tq gains?
the intake spacer is worth it, you can feel the throttle response difference right off the bat.. the throttle body on the other on the other hand won't do anything for you at your power level..

Intake spacers help, but why break into your motor when nothing is wrong for 7hp? Once you turn the first bolt, you could run into other problems.
its super easy tho even for the biggest mechanical noobs...they even come with instructions with pictures and everything..takes all but 30 minutes
 
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