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Old 08-24-2013, 09:11 PM
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Woundering where u can get the #12 hex head screws for the Taylor helix spacer bought it second had and it come with no screws
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Just leave it on the workbench. Seriously, they have NO benefit on our trucks. Sorry :/
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Exactly what hunter2012 said, just leave it as a paper weight on your desk, unless you want to use it to setup a spray it will do absolutely nothing for you. Maybe make a bit of noise but that's it.
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The screws that came with it is the fact you were screwed out of your money buying that paper weight.
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The screws that came with it is the fact you were screwed out of your money buying that paper weight.
HA! nice...but seriously though, just take it off and leave it off
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these spacer are only good for carb'd engine. SINCE just about every EFI equipt vehicle produced over the last 25 years are port fuel setup, the fuel is sprayed directly into the cylinder. SO the only thing this spacer does is "look" cool, and maybe add lil bit of noise, maybe.
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Makes a great paper weight or door stop.

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I don't know why everyone hates throttle body spacers so much, they are a perfect way to tap into for nitrous. I personally run a TB spacer to clear the timing cover and alternator on my 6.1L intake manifold swap... and it's a nitrous outlet spacer so I can cool my intake charge when I'm pushing 12psi a the the strip.
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I don't know why everyone hates throttle body spacers so much, they are a perfect way to tap into for nitrous. I personally run a TB spacer to clear the timing cover and alternator on my 6.1L intake manifold swap... and it's a nitrous outlet spacer so I can cool my intake charge when I'm pushing 12psi a the the strip.
I do not believe everyone hates them, just indicating, and rightfully so, that since engine technology has advanced from carbs, TB spacers do not do what they once did with carbs. Now in your case, it sounds like you have a specific need that a TB spacer may solve.
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