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 What Does a Carburetor Spacer Do?

Answer Because most vehicles rely on a combustion for their power, the carburetor plays a truly critical role. In managing the blending of air and fuel, carburetors may need spacers to perform better and ... Read More »
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Advantages of a Carburetor Spacer?

The carburetor spacer is something of an enigma in the world of hot-rodding. Spacers are cheap, fairly universal and use no moving parts, but they often boost power more than a number of parts cost... Read More »
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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.
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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 »
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What are spacer for (teeth)?

A spacer is a Tiny rubber band that goes around your back teeth to make room for a metal ring around your back teeth. An orthodontic appliance like an expander will be attached to this metal ring.
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