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all good products. I was going to go with trickflow b/c of price.
If you can afford accufab thats good.
You buying the spacer for a paper wieght?
 

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if you just have bolt-ons i would go with trick flow cause i can't see spending $200 for 2-3 hp thats just me though
 

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Doesn't give any gains. It is myth brought over by the carburetor days. Think about it, what good would adding an inch space between tb and plenum? Does adding more length before the tb help? hehe
 

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And to the OP:

I loved my plenum/tb combo from accufab. Even when i supercharged i stuck with accufab (went from 70mm to 75mm then finally to big oval). I actually have 75mm for sale... but no plenum to go with it.
 

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Accufab if you want to spend the cash on it if not TF....dont waste money on the spacer use it towards paying for some gears either 3.73's, 3.90's, 4.10's, or 4.30's if your auto
 

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^ i think you will get more rwhp with one of these then that :lmao

 

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Thanks guys.. the steeda spacer was $69 wasn't sure about it.. thanks for the input.. looks like trckflow is the way to go..

Yeah 4:10s next month, I'm gonna throw on some bolt ons this month to get the most out of the tune I'll need after the gears are in.. tb+plenum, maybe pulleys,

Anyone paint their plenum? The trickflow is plain, I'm thinking of spaying it yellow to match the car.
 

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fyi the trickflow plenum does have a built in spacer. and i thing a plenum painted yellow would look tacky
 

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Tha spacer can't hurt tho so watev ha.
I think thatd look real good if u painted it yellow, maybe get some yellow hose covers too that'd b badass
 

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a spacer is suppose to add turbulance* to the air to get a better air/fuel mixture. But its that effective

When carbs were around it mixed up the air anf fuel more for the turbulance* which was a more effeciant* combustion.
 
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