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Originally Posted by The Mad Porter
Depending on application, build and hood room the jomar spacers both the equilizer 3 hole and the power cone can add a good bit of power to an already good intake. I've got plenty of dyno and seat of the pants date to back that up.
Not to hijack the thread - but, are you referring to the 1" Power Cone (p/n 5016-X)? I assume the "equalizer 3 hole" is a different manufacture as it doesn't show up on the Jomar website.
On the other BBF forum, there is a sticky thread on these spacers. Carb Spacer - Airflow Test
Are these results (and % improvements) just relevant to all-out-performance/track engines - since the taller the spacer (and with open center) has the most flow increase over no spacer? For street applications, I don't think maximum airflow is the goal.
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