- Get more miles out of every tank with the EconoAir Throttle Body Booster
- Designed with unique air-directing vanes that add rotation to your incoming oxygen for greater atomization and more explosive combustion
- Delivers an extra 1 – 3 MPGs and 6 – 10 foot-pounds of torque—results vary
- Constructed from premium 5052-H53 aluminum
- Measures a mere .032" thick
- Expertly stamped and formed using advanced CNC equipment
- Built with pride in the USA
- 50-state street legal and C.A.R.B. certified
- Bolts right into place between your throttle body and intake manifold
- Your EconoAid Throttle Body Booster includes a Lifetime Warranty
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.
EconoAid Throttle Body Booster Customer Reviews
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Reviewed by Don J (Appleton, WI) Reviewed for a 2013 Dodge Durango — Jun 06, 2015 8:08 AM
I installed the Econoaid throttle body booster and no kidding I'm getting 3 mpg better on my 5.7 hemi Durango than before. Between the aFE intake magna flow pipes and this I'm now getting about 17/23 vs 14/20. The biggest part is the little booster gasket for $30.00. Power wise I can't tell much but that's been covered with the other mentioned parts. Get one!
Reviewed by darby g (SACRAMENTO, CA) Reviewed for a 2011 Toyota Camry — Mar 18, 2015 12:55 PM
You have to know ur engine to feel this very minimum throttle body booster. First thing I notice was my idle seemed a little bit higher and I didn't feel anything on the gas pedal until around the 45mph and it so slight that I don't know if its really working like it says it supposed to do, but for 30 dollars and 20 to get installed wasn't too bad. I live in California so strict carb rules is why I had to try it and it was built in U.S.A. I installed this in my 2011 Camry SE 3.5 V6
Reviewed by Christopher S (AYLETT, VA) Reviewed for a 2003 Chevy Silverado — Jan 30, 2015 8:50 PM
Was looking for a little bump in power and get up and go. Noticed a slight increase in the mid to lower RPM range. Was a great add since I didn't have room for a spacer due to the CAI
Reviewed by Mitch B (Hudsonville, MI) Reviewed for a 2006 Chevy Silverado — Jan 27, 2015 5:16 PM
It was a very easy install. Only took about 10 minutes and that is as good as it gets. It really didnt do anything, no sound, no change in throttle response, no change in mpg. Just fun to try for 25 dollars I guess. One thing I do like though compared to the throttle body spacer is that this does not choke down the intake area behind the throttle body.
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