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What is a Throttle Body Spacer?

A throttle body spacer is an aftermarket part that you can add to your vehicle while could potentially increase its horsepower. This is mainly dependent on the engine and how it was designed. The throttle body spacer is placed between the throttle body, which controls airflow into the engine, and the intake plenum. This increases the volume of the space between the intake runners and the throttle body, which gives more air to the engine. The throttle body spacer creates a swirl of air like a tornado in the intake manifold which is supposed to provide better fuel atomization. However, this is dependent on the construction of the engine. Engines with throttle body injection generally benefit more from this addition than engines with a multiport inject. Talk to Trick Trucks to see is a throttle body spacer can improve your truck’s performance.

 

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Throttle Body Spacers in Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, & WV

Interested in buying a throttle body spacer for your truck? If so, head to the Trick Trucks nearest you. Trick Trucks has been helping people just like you customize their trucks for over 30 years. Let us help you too!

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