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Throttle Body Spacer for 2.7L???

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I'd like to put it to my Trep 2001 2.7L,but I can't find it.
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Hello everybody!
I'd like to put it to my Trep 2001 2.7L,but I can't find it.
Thank's for answers.
I do not believe there is one made for the 2.7.
There aren't any performance parts for the 2.7 that I am aware of.
All homemade....



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It's bad news....
I thought install TBS+K&N 57 FIPK....
Mayby I'm going to install only K&N Kit.

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well you can do the FIPk anyway, welcome to the site!
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well you can do the FIPk anyway, welcome to the site!
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It now I have K&N filter in stock filter box+passive turbine (VORTEX)in the hose(nearby at Throttle body ).
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It now I have K&N filter in stock filter box+passive turbine (VORTEX)in the hose(nearby at Throttle body ).
Yeah, get rid of that Vortex POS...all it does it clog the intake tract.
More air = More HP



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Not that I am going to do this, but I have thought about it:
What if you took a junk yard 2.7 intake plenum and trimmed everything away except for the bottom part in the shape of a gasket - use that as a spacer. I don't know how thick that material is or if it is flat on the inner (upper) surface of that area - perhaps it could be sanded or machined flat? If not thick enough, use two? Poor man's intake spacer?

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2.7 plenums certainly are easy to come by in the yards! Interesting idea!
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Yeah, get rid of that Vortex POS...all it does it clog the intake tract.
More air = More HP
I thought so,but when I install thus into(VORTEX)to the hose,I'm really felt little more power.I can't understand,but certanly it's clog for air.
That device don't add more air,that add spin air and improve mixture air with fuel.
Rotor turbine spin up to 55000 rpm.
It now I have 30,3 MPG highway.I'm really happy!

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I thought so,but when I install thus into(VORTEX)to the hose,I'm really felt little more power.I can't understand,but certanly it's clog for air.
That device don't add more air,that add spin air and improve mixture air with fuel.
Rotor turbine spin up to 55000 rpm.
It now I have 30,3 MPG highway.I'm really happy!
The design of the intake does not allow this "Spinning Vortex" to last anywhere near the area where the injectors are. The only setup in which spinning air may help is on older TBI (Throttle Body Injection) and Carb'ed cars.

Looking at your sig leads me to believe you have more of these miracles devices. You will not find any belief or positive info on those false performance items here.
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Not that I am going to do this, but I have thought about it:
What if you took a junk yard 2.7 intake plenum and trimmed everything away except for the bottom part in the shape of a gasket - use that as a spacer. I don't know how thick that material is or if it is flat on the inner (upper) surface of that area - perhaps it could be sanded or machined flat? If not thick enough, use two? Poor man's intake spacer?
Hmmmm.......very interesting...Bill I might explore your idea.... i got 3 or for 4 that are in service as paper weights.
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Maybe you are right.But I said "I felt little more power".It isn't means really more power.
In my opinion-only DYNO can see more or less power.I haven't DYNO.Sorry......

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Not that I am going to do this, but I have thought about it:
What if you took a junk yard 2.7 intake plenum and trimmed everything away except for the bottom part in the shape of a gasket - use that as a spacer. I don't know how thick that material is or if it is flat on the inner (upper) surface of that area - perhaps it could be sanded or machined flat? If not thick enough, use two? Poor man's intake spacer?
I'm so sorry.I didn't understand your idea.If you can show me picture(foto)of that part.
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I'm so sorry.I didn't understand your idea.If you can show me picture(foto)of that part.
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I wouldn't have a picture. Maybe read my description again and see if you can visualize it. I'm suggesting taking a plenum, and trimming everything away except that part that seals against the lower intake - use that as a spacer between the lower intake and the complete plenum. I don't know how to explain it any better than that.
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