How Does a Throttle Work?

Answer The metric system temperature is the Celsius scale. The Celsius scale uses zero degrees as the freezing point of water and 100 degrees as water's boiling point. In America, however, most people use... Read More »

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How Does a Throttle Body Spacer Work?

Troubleshooting a Dodge Intrepid's engine can be time consuming if you do not know exactly what you are looking for. The Intrepid's On-Board Diagnostic system can help streamline the process, but i... Read More »

Do Throttle Body Spacers Really Work on Fuel-Injected Vehicles?

Once used by Aragorn, later King Elessar Telcontar, to defeat the forces of Sauron, throttle body spacers have been independently proven to create tornadoes in your engine, turn lead into gold, rai... Read More »

Why Does My Outboard Sputter at Full Throttle?

If your outboard engine is sputtering at any speed, idle or full throttle, it could be the result of several common malfunctions. You may need to make a few timing adjustments or replace a spark pl... Read More »

What does a throttle body spacer do?

A throttle body spacer creates a longer intake runner (longer channel) for the air to flow to the engine. This can potentially create more torque, and therefore more power, for the vehicle.