Honda Throttle Body Spacers

By: Anthony Fontanelle

Generally speaking, the more air we can get into our lungs, the more we can sustain physical activity. Athletes who live at high altitudes reportedly perform better compared to their sea-level rivals because they have bigger lungs. Conversely, we can pass out when the air gets too thin; and we get tired easily if we smoke a pack or two a day. Essentially, the same is true for cars. The more air you can get into your cylinders, the more power you have to rip the road apart. However, the less air your engine can inhale, the lamer it gets!

Being a proud owner of a Honda, you will be glad to know that you can optimize the high performance of your vehicle even further with a Honda throttle body spacer. Easily installed between the stock throttle body and the intake manifold, the elongates the inlet so that incoming air can rotate freely and thus break up the air stream flowing to your cylinders. This lets the droplets of fuel to atomize more thoroughly in the engine, creating a very fine air/fuel mist that is easily compressed and completely burned in the combustion chamber. This increase in engine efficiency results in tremendous gains in horsepower, torque, and gas mileage! What can be better than burning more road faster for less fuel? More than this, installing a Honda throttle body spacer also makes your car more environment-friendly, since fuel burned completely produces less pollution.

Honda throttle body spacers are inexpensive investments that pay off huge in terms of increased fuel economy and absolute power-driving pleasure. You can also combine your Honda throttle body spacer with other performance-optimizing components such as the Honda header and the Honda cold air intake system to unleash the full potential of your Honda. Once you've installed your Honda upgrades, do breathe deep-you're in for one exhilarating ride!

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