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Trans Dapt Fuel Line Extensions For Use with TBI Spacers

Trans Dapt 2458


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Trans Dapt Fuel Line Extensions For Use with TBI Spacers $34.99
Fuel Line Extensions
  • For Use with TBI Spacers

  • Trans Dapt 2458 Details


    One fitting has 14mm x 1.5 male threads, other fitting has 16mm x 1.5 male threads.


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    Quick Install Horsepower!

    Trans Dapt's Multi Port Fuel Injection (MPFI) Spacers are available in three styles and each outperforms the competition for increased torque, better fuel efficiency and quicker throttle response. Each MPFI Spacer includes all necessary gaskets and mounting hardware. MPFI spacers are 50-state legal (EXCLUDING 2573 and 2773), and covered by C.A.R.B. Executive Order #D-578-1. .

    Torque-Curve MPFI Spacers:
    These spacers ondition airflow to reduce turbulence caused by throttle body blades. More flow results in unsurpassed power gains, smoother acceleration, and better fuel economy. You will notice improved throttle response and torque immediately!

    Wide Open MPFI Spacers:
    With the wide open plenum design, these spacers are designed for wide open throttle use and for tow trucks.

    Smooth Bore MPFI Spacers:
    These spacers increase plenum volume and air velocity that results in horsepower and torque gains.

    2458 is rated 1.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from fuel line extensions for throttlebody spacer I bought the throttlebody spacer for my 95 chevy tahoe, looking for some extra gas mileage..I installed it to find out that I needed the fuel line extensions which cost just as much as the spacer itself. I then attempted to reinstall the spacer only to find that the fuel line extensions I bought wouldn't thread into my existing fuel line in the back of the throttlebody........ im pretty disappointed...Plz help????
    Date published: 2015-09-09
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    Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws / regulations