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Old 08-06-2012, 10:23 PM   #1
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TB spacer question?

I found this TB spacer that lists a 97-04 Ford F150 4.6 2 valve as its application. I couldn't contact the manufacturer but would anyone know if it could fit the mustang????
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Everybody's going to tell u its waste of money and a paper weight. They got all different kinds on eBay if u really want one.
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Everybody's going to tell u its waste of money and a paper weight. They got all different kinds on eBay if u really want one.
Yeah alot of people do say that but I see it as by it self you won't feel anything but with a new throttle body,plenum, and a bigger Maf and intake tube all together it might make a great difference. If you buy pieces differently you won't feel all the gains at te same time but if you were to buy everything at once and install it all at once it would probably be like "wow" lol
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I found this TB spacer that lists a 97-04 Ford F150 4.6 2 valve as its application. I couldn't contact the manufacturer but would anyone know if it could fit the mustang????
I bet it won't fit. I could see the TB's being different between the F150's and the Mustangs.

Certainly doesn't hurt to find out since it was free
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Yeah alot of people do say that but I see it as by it self you won't feel anything but with a new throttle body,plenum, and a bigger Maf and intake tube all together it might make a great difference. If you buy pieces differently you won't feel all the gains at te same time but if you were to buy everything at once and install it all at once it would probably be like "wow" lol
Yea that's what I'm doing but i Jus need the spacer so I could install it all together. I just installed the Cai but I was just wondering about the spacer if it wld fit.

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I bet it won't fit. I could see the TB's being different between the F150's and the Mustangs.

Certainly doesn't hurt to find out since it was free
Yea I also got my doubts too lol. Just wanted to make sure before doing the work.
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