EconoAid Throttle Body Booster Customer Reviews
27 Customer Reviews
These days, it seems like the cost of a gallon of unleaded ticks up a few cents every time you pony up to the pump. In an age of unpredictable prices, your best defense against gas station gouging is to get the most bang for your buck. And, nothing fires up your fuel economy like the EconoAid Throttle Body Booster.
The science behind the Airaid EconoAid Booster is surprisingly simple. Each booster features CNC-carved air-directing vanes that force incoming oxygen to spin. The rotating air then rushes into your cylinders where it atomizes, blends with your fuel and combusts with maximum gusto. While results will vary, drivers have seen their efficiency rise by 1 – 3 MPG and low-end torque gains of 6 – 10 foot-pounds.
Mounting your EconoAid Throttle Body Booster is a breeze. Custom made for a flawless fit, it bolts right between your throttle body and intake manifold with no cutting, drilling or fabricating needed. And since it measures a mere .032" thick, this aluminum booster won't hog space under the hood. To top it off, EconoAid backs your Throttle Body Booster with a Lifetime Warranty.
27 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Lee E (medford, OR) Reviewed for a 2011 Chevy Silverado — May 02, 2014 3:30 PM
My around town economy is slightly better, about one MPG. Saving gas is good. I noticed a jump in throttle response also. The jury is still out on the highway mileage as I have not had time to run a proper test yet. Easy to install.
Reviewed by jack n (San Antonio, TX) Reviewed for a 1984 Chevy Camaro — Apr 10, 2014 4:46 AM
this small part is amazing, from the moment i drove i could feel the low end pick up up to past mid range.but it is not brute power by no means don't get me wrong but performance increase none of the less.also mpg has picked by about 2 to 3 gallons, i also but a K&N filter(from this site) and added nitrogen gas to my tires which have all contributed to the extra gas millage and performance increase.
Reviewed by Brandon V (MAGNOLIA, TX) Reviewed for a 2012 Dodge Ram — Feb 25, 2014 6:12 AM
It seems like it does a little better on the fuel mileage, but I have not noticed any difference in power. When you are only talking about a couple of horsepower, it is hard to notice. For only costing around $30, it should benefit in the long run.
Reviewed by Richard M (EDISON, NJ) — Dec 22, 2013 8:54 AM
Awesome little product. Installation was easy. Can't really see HP gains, but perhaps a little bottom end torque. Haven't gone a full fuel run yet, but the on-board computer went up 2 mpg's highway and about 1-1.5 city. Only other upgrades are a bully dog tuner, spectre filter, manga flow CAT and dual borla XR1 mufflers. And oh yeah, forgot to mention the 6" bds lift kit and 35's. Can't wait to see the gains when I install the volant intake!!
Reviewed by GARY R (MOUNTVILLE, PA) Reviewed for a 2009 Ford Focus — Nov 08, 2013 11:15 AM
Well it was easy to install think it took me about half and hour a leisure pace. Haven't noticed any change in my gas mileage but there is definitely a little more growl going through the intake and can feel it when you put it to the floor. Also fun factor went up a notch or two. All in all I'm pleased with it.
Reviewed by Sean C (Temple, TX) Reviewed for a 2005 Nissan Titan — Nov 03, 2013 5:41 PM
Well I've had this on my truck for a little over three months. The best I have seen is 1 MPG improvement. EconoAid combined with a Volant CAI and Banks exhaust system make the truck much more responsive and fun to drive. It's a simple install. Now if I could only stop wearing my lead shoes.