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Throttle Body Spacer for 2006 Chrysler PT Cruiser

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AIRAID - PowerAid Throttle Body Spacers


AIRAID’s PowerAid throttle body spacer, fabricated from aircraft-grade billet aluminum, gives your intake more length which ultimately means more combustion, power and performance in the low and mid-level power ranges in particular. AIRAID was founded over 15 years ago in the U.S. as a pioneering manufacturer of cold air intake systems, offering dyno-tested products that increase torque, horsepower and performance.

  • Made in America
  • Increases length of the intake to boost power, especially in low to mid-ranges
  • Exclusive ‘Helix Bore’ design encourages increased cyclonic action of incoming cool air
  • Increased torque gains between 800-2500 RPM
  • Installs in approximately 30-60 minutes without any special tools
  • For either diesel or gas vehicles
  • Fabricated from T6 billet aluminum
  • Computer-designed, tuned and dyno-tested for max torque and horsepower
  • Lifetime ‘no-hassle’ warranty
Airaid Throttle Body Spacer, Airaid PowerAid, Aluminum, Anodized Red
$114.90 List Price $143.99 Save $29.09 Availability: In Stock
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  • SKU#: A86300568
  • Emissions: 50-State Legal
  • Quantity Sold: Sold Individually
  • Anticipated Ship Out Time: 1-2 Business Days
  • EO Number: D-609-3
  • Warranty: Lifetime Airaid limited warranty
Fits the following 2006 Chrysler PT Cruiser submodels:
  • 4 Cyl 2.4L | Touring, Base, Limited, Street Cruiser
Rating: (see review/s)

"The spacer is very easy to hear once you hit a highway. Even getting out of first gear you can hear the whirl/hiss it produces when moving the air through the Throttle Body itself. Make sure that you have a 10mm socket wrench with an extention to reach the last socket at the bottom right of the Throttle Body itself. For the major bolt that holds the body its a 13mm. Metric system tools will NOT work. Ive tried. The torque is a noticeable difference. Ill be running tests of my own to check the gas mileage." posted by: Rudan on May 29, 2009