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Airaid Throttle Body Spacer - PowerAid(R) - Billet Aluminum - Incl. Gaskets / Hardware / Brackets - Red;CARB E.O. D-609-10

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Part Number: 92777-03028955
Notes: PowerAid(R); Billet Aluminum; Incl. Gaskets / Hardware / Brackets; Red;CARB E.O. D-609-10
Features:
  • Aircraft Quality Billet 6061-T6 Aluminum
  • Improves Low End Torque And Throttle Response
  • Installs In Less Than 1 Hour
  • Maximize Fuel Efficiency
  • No Drilling Or Cutting Required
  • Provides Stronger Mid-Range Power
Condition: New

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This Product Fits the Following: Catalog: F
Vehicle Engine
• 2010 Ford F150 5.4L V8 

Airaid Throttle Body Spacer - PowerAid(R) - Billet Aluminum - Incl. Gaskets / Hardware / Brackets - For Use w / 3V Engines - Red;Not Legal For Sale Or Use In California

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Part Number: 92777-03143080
Notes: PowerAid(R); Billet Aluminum; Incl. Gaskets / Hardware / Brackets; For Use w / 3V Engines; Red;Not Legal For Sale Or Use In California
Features:
  • Aircraft Quality Billet 6061-T6 Aluminum
  • Improves Low End Torque And Throttle Response
  • Installs In Less Than 1 Hour
  • Maximize Fuel Efficiency
  • No Drilling Or Cutting Required
  • Provides Stronger Mid-Range Power
Condition: New

Shipping Options:
Free Ground Shipping
This Product Fits the Following: Catalog: F
Vehicle Engine
• 2010 Ford F150 4.6L V8 VIN: 8 

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Throttle Body Spacer Reviews - 2010 Ford F150
Airaid | 400619
 


This spacer right here on a budget puts power on the truck like you've spent some money on the engine, just this little part. Added power, torque and a little bit of head turnin when you pass someone and they hear that whistle like it was a diesel. Make sure if you have and aftermarket intake that you will have to cut the tube shorter going to the throttle body side but I guess this is all determined by what brand you have but I have a k&n and it needed to be cut.


October 18th, 2014 | Posted by Hear the whistle



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