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Intake spacers? Jewel, or Junk?

Started by The War Wagon, March 15, 2014, 09:33:22 am

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The War Wagon

I've read a lot of pro & con, which also varies a lot from engine to engine.

Anyone know whether they work in our MAGNUM RC's ('92 & '93), and whether they produce results, or wishful thinking?


My local Autozone actually HAS one in stock for around $50 - wasn't sure if that would be a fitty well spent is all...
Restoring/building a War Wagon - good advice ALWAYS welcome!
Restoring/building a War Wagon - good advice ALWAYS welcome!

crazzywolfie

from what i have ready they are junk on MPFI engines. they are mainly for TBI and carbed engines unless for some reason you need to lift your TB.

rjtx667

I agree, junk on MPFI and the magnums.

not that I don't see them all the time... heck I might have one in the garage still that I took off a truck I bought. you can have for shipping lol
1935 Dodge KC Truck
1991 &1993 RamCharger
2000 RamCharger
2005 Cummins
1935 Dodge KC Truck
1991 &1993 RamCharger
2000 RamCharger
2005 Cummins

minionsram

The spacers were an old drag racer trick to keep your carb a bit cooler by separating your carb from the hot intake. helped with hot starts and kept the fuel just a bit cooler. Some of the old fellers used plywood lol then it went to plastic and alum.  I can see it working for carbs to keep the heat from transfering to the bowls but dont see how it can help with the MPFI or TB's
!985 W350. 360, 727, 241 44hd front and 60 rear
1990 w150 RC 360 518 2 inches of lift
83, 90, 89, 86 RC's in yard for parts
2001 Ram 5 speed regular cab short box project.
96 Jeep Cherokee (wifes)
!985 W350. 360, 727, 241 44hd front and 60 rear
1990 w150 RC 360 518 2 inches of lift
83, 90, 89, 86 RC's in yard for parts
2001 Ram 5 speed regular cab short box project.
96 Jeep Cherokee (wifes)