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Edelbrock Carburetor Spacers

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    Extra space is generally a good thing. For example, upgrading from an ultra-compact Rav4 to a battle cruiser-like Armada is sure to be a liberating and powerful experience. The same holds true when it comes to creating extra room for airflow in your ride's engine. Create some addition space between you and the competition by raising your ride's carburetor with an Edelbrock Carburetor Spacer.

    By placing your ride's carb slightly higher on the intake manifold, the air and fuel mixture has a better path to the cylinders, boosting horsepower and torque. With an open spacer, the extra plenum volume created in the intake manifold promotes fuel evaporation inside of the manifold for even more power. A four-hole spacer dampens reversion effects and promotes additional fuel-mixing airflow swirl to crank up low-end torque.

    Few upgrades are as simple as bolting on an Edelbrock Carburetor Spacer. All it takes is removing the carburetor, putting a spacer and gaskets in between the carb and intake manifold and bolting your new power-adding sandwich back together. Immediately, your ride experiences increased horsepower and torque. As an added bonus, spacers keep your ride's carb cool to prevent power-robbing vapor-lock. Best of all Edelbrock Carburetor Spacers are available in multiple sizes, styles and materials for a custom fit and are backed by a 1-year warranty.


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    It Worked !!!!

    Reviewed by John B (Vallejo, CA) — Aug 13, 2014 5:52 PM

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    2 of 3 people found the following review helpful.

    The spacer is keeping my carburetor cooler and my street rod starts much easier when warmed up. Thank you