P2r throttle body spacer

Discussion in 'Intakes & TB Spacers' started by Kevv_Si, Oct 14, 2014.

  1. Kevv_Si

    Kevv_Si Well-Known Member

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    Just ordered one and will post up pics when it's installed and a review.
     
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    Kevv_Si Well-Known Member

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    Installing was a little trickier then I thought
     
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    Kevv_Si Well-Known Member

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    Ok soo was able to install this yesterday...it was a fairly easy install no more then 45 minutes ...and I can say I can tell a difference. The car accelerates much more aggressively and the TB actually whistles now at around 3-4rpm. It's very neat! Now until I get a tune I can't really say I have increased hp although it does feel like a little increase, we will just have to see. For $98 this is a very good mod and recommend to anyone wanting a more aggressive acceleration. Plus the color really looks nice. Only complaint I have is that it shipped with a tiny paint chip on the corner no big deal but to some it may be a big deal.
     
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  5. raormrod

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    I get so menu mixed reviews on tb spacers. Some like you say they work some say they are garbage
     
  6. Kevv_Si

    Kevv_Si Well-Known Member

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    I did too. I just said eff it and bought and I deffinately can tell a difference and I already had my cat back and cai installed soo I could actually tell the difference in acceleration and sound! Makes a nice whistle.
     
  7. raormrod

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    Cool. You should look into a downpipe next. Just had mine installed. stock is so restrictive for emissions. Also you must flash pro with those mods if you haven't already. Get it e tuned by @VitViper
     
  8. Kevv_Si

    Kevv_Si Well-Known Member

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    Yeah I'm planning on it!
     
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    It's a whole new car once done. Unreal
     
  10. Kevv_Si

    Kevv_Si Well-Known Member

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    Really? Everyone says that! Can't wait!
     
  11. raormrod

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    Yeah its amazing. It's not a quick process. I've been tuning with Vit for over a month now and not even done. Gonna need new tires by the time it is done lol
     
  12. Kevv_Si

    Kevv_Si Well-Known Member

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    Lol! I heard he's the man tho, soo worth the wait.
     
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  14. twister8008

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    Vit told me they are not worth the $$$
     
  15. Kevv_Si

    Kevv_Si Well-Known Member

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    To each their own I guess.
     
  16. outersquare

    outersquare Well-Known Member

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    While dyno tuning a K24Z2 accord test car, Ktuner also noted the spacer seems to do nothing.

    The accord K24Z2/K24Z3 is almost the same as the civic SI K24Z7 except the accord is down slightly on compression/cams, thus down a little on rated power.
     
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    Kevv_Si Well-Known Member

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  18. luckyakuma

    luckyakuma Well-Known Member

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    Just my 2 cents but after being tuned by vit the car really is a completely new car. Anyone on the fence on this 1 should take the leap and never look back! My only regret is not doing it sooner.
     
  19. spunkythetuna

    spunkythetuna Well-Known Member

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    I have to agree completely. I'm completely stock and not yet finished with the tune, but already the difference is enormously impressive. Can't wait until he's finished with the tune. It's like a whole different car. Well worth the money.
     
  20. luckyakuma

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    To be quite honest you'll miss doing logs I'm sure but it's sweet driving it fully tuned. You going to put any mods? or you have any in mind already? thanks for your comment by the way spunk
     

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