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5.4l 97-04 Ford F-150/250/350 Helix Power Tower Throttle Body Spacer 54005 Spe on

US $89.95

Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States

Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States
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Brand:Street and Performance Surface Finish:Aluminum Manufacturer Part Number:54005

This is a throttle body spacer for 1996-04 Ford F-150 and F250 with the 5.4L motor. This spacer is computer designed to increase performance and fuel mileage. Simple to install with basic tools all instructions and hardware are included.

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Street and Performance Helix Throttle Body Spacers

99-04 Ford Excursion 5.4L

97-04 Ford F150 Heritage 5.4L

97-04 Ford F250 Heritage 5.4L

97-04 Ford F350 Heritage 5.4L

Street and Performance Electronics, the first company to develop the throttle body spacer that delivers improved power, performance, and economy has achieved a design breakthrough!
Engineers at Street and Performance Electronics have developed a new generation design that provides better improved performance and economy! Every new product design is achieved through superior engineering and cutting edge development equipment, such as, our SuperFlow air bench and our DynoJet dynamometer.
Utilizing multiple aerodynamic principles, the
Helix Power Tower (patent pending) produces air breakup and turbulence that yields greater fuel burn efficiency, which translates into the best performing and efficient product of its type in the marketplace!

The Helix Power Tower is crafted from heat-treated T-6061 aircraft quality solid-billet aluminum. Each plate is held to the most rigorous manufacturing standards in the industry. They are machined on the most advanced CNC equipment available, assuring you of the most accurate product possible. Each plate is subjected to ultra high inspection standards, for further assurance of the finest product in the marketplace.
Helix Power Tower comes with all the installation hardware you need. Installation is simple and may be done in as little as 45 minutes. In no time you will experience the thrill of better performance from your engine.

Helix Power Tower

  • Up to 22 hp gains*
  • Up to 4 miles per gallon gains*
  • Up to 25 ft lb gain in Torque*
  • Easy installation
  • Quiet Operation
  • Performance benefits across entire power band*
  • Environmentally friendly with cleaner fuel burn
  • Fifty States Legal (C.A.R.B # D516-2)
    *Performance level may vary among applications and driving style

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