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2003 GMC Yukon XL Throttle Body Spacers

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Airaid PowerAid Throttle Body Spacer

Reviewed By James B (Riverdale, MD) Reviewed for a 2003 GMC Yukon XL —8/19/2013 8:24 PM

I had to turn a couple of clamps (ends) to have room for the extra width of the throttle body spacer. You may knock off/separate a coolant line underneath by accident but it's no biggie very little will run out and you just oush them back together. I didn't get a whine that many say they get. I didn't notice any extra power. The TBS itself is made different than for some other engines. The TBS pictured its thicker and provides more space to get a better response.

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Don't wait you won't be disappointed

Reviewed By Michael B (Spotsylvania, VA) Reviewed for a 2007 GMC Yukon XL —7/31/2013 2:49 AM

Installed about a week ago and it took about 2 days for hyper PAC to readjust And my dodge 2004 ram was already running good so this was an extra kick The product fit great bolts were a little iffy because my other bolts were tapered Thanks again auto anything you did it again very satisfied customer Michael

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Go With Spectre

Reviewed By Joseph N (CLINTON, ME) Reviewed for a 2011 GMC Sierra —9/21/2016 8:17 PM

As far as I can tell, it does what it's meant to. I put this on before I put on my Spectre cold air intake to test it and noticed an immediate throttle difference, definitely added some power. And it hasn't messed with my mass air flow sensor. Don't buy this to save gas though, I haven't noticed much of a difference. Wasn't too hard to install either, just make sure you have a socket set and a pair of vice grips at least and you'll be fine.

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