What you see is what you get:
This is for our Throttle Body Spacer and Intake Manifold Spacer.
The best gains are seen when using these spacers together by helping to smooth the air entering your motor. The individual port matching helps the create better airflow to the air entering the engine.
Some of the benefits are listed below:
-Save $20.00 buying these as a combo
-All hardware is included (corrosion resistant)
-Comes with engine cover stud relocation kit (allows you to use stock engine cover)
-Smooths air entering the throttle
-Does not require a re-tune
-Greatly increases throttle response
-Build boost earlier
-Available in blue, red, black, and natural finish
Product Color Disclaimer
Due to variances in the anodizing stage of production that are beyond our control, actual color hue may be different than what is pictured and what has also been previously offered by Boomba Racing. We apologize for any inconvenience and we sincerely appreciate your understanding. For further clarification, feel free to contact us.
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Absolutely impressed with aftermarket components Boomba Racing manufactures! Spacers look incredible and my Ecoboost Mustang has a "lil more gitty up" after installing both INTAKE and THROTTLE BODY spacers. Much smoother durung acceleration!
This is a cool mod that yields a slight difference in pedal feel. I would say it pulls smoother and spools up a little quicker based on my butt dyno. For less than $300 and 90 minutes of install time I think it is worth it. Quick shipping and a quality product, thanks!
I feels like a new engine. throttle response is quicker and smoother. It's worth the time and effort. The price ain't bad and it was in stock.
I came in a little skeptical, mostly bought it for engine dress-up purposes. But honestly, I feel like between 2300-4000rpm there's more direct response. Eitherway, fits great, easy install, only downside is the Allan keys needed, difficult to get them on the back spacer.
I have both of the spacers and so far im a fan of them. They seemed to have smoothed everything out and have def improved my gas mileage. My last tank I averaged 29.4mpg and that's city and highway combined. Im also driving an automatic transmission.