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#1 Old 11-30-2012, 03:03 AM
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Lightbulb Hello from Oregon

Hi everyone my name is Eric I have a 00 x and I love it. It was my first car and has been awesome. I lifted it a couple years ago but am just now getting into a few mods I removed all my resonators and the one in the exhaust line in the last couple days thanks to all the great info on cx. Now I c allot of people wanting intake manifold spacers and throttle body spacers for the first gen x and the prices online are just a lil high for me. So I have a machine shop and I am going to start making some but I need a lil help first. anyone who has purchased either of these I need to know how thick the spacers are it would be very helpful and I will make some and c what you guys think and they will be very affordable so ya thanks allot I canít wait to get involved with cx.
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#2 Old 11-30-2012, 07:49 AM
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I do not have the measurements you are looking for but we have collectively found that those spacers; TBS and IMS do absolutely nothing for our X's. GL maybe you may find something that we missed.

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#3 Old 11-30-2012, 06:16 PM
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Thanks for the reply that sucks that they donít do anything I had seen some ims for 2nd gens for like $215 and people seemed to like them but o well. Any suggestions on things that would be useful.
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It's the throttle body spacer that is useless- some including SilverDude, a very knowledgeable mechanic- like the intake manifold spacer.

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