Reviewed By Zaal P (YELM, WA) Reviewed for a 2014 Dodge Challenger —11/24/2017 8:28 PM
Sure this is all placebo, but feel like I get better throttle response.
Reviewed By william c (savannah, GA) Reviewed for a 2012 Dodge Challenger —8/17/2015 8:50 PM
I added the spacer on my 2012 R/T. Whistle was VERY SLIGHT, much less than most noted IMO. I DID do a b4/after mpg test by resetting the car's MPG counter, drove VERY similarly, added the spacer, reset MPG counter and drove approx. under the same conditions, and REALLY noticed mpg increase (about 3.5-3.8 MPG BETTER, so pays for itself. Power wise, maybe a BIT MORE low end TQE, or cud b just better response. Only complaint, had to use long bolts vs instructed short ones. WUD DEF RECOMMEND!!!!!
Reviewed By Keith N (DURANT, OK) Reviewed for a 2015 Ford F-150 —11/22/2017 8:25 PM
Put this on my F150 Ecoboost. Kind of difficult to put on without disconnecting the hose going into the throttle body because it blocks the nuts. Aside from that a pretty simple upgrade especially if you combine it with the AFE intake. I'm loving the combo of this and the Magnum Force intake. Noticeable power increase and fuel economy is better. Seems a little overpriced for no more than it truly does but compared to a lot of performance upgrades, not too bad.
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