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FX35 Plenum spacer & emissions?

Discussion in 'FX (03-08) - Engine & Drivetrain' started by southcounty13, Dec 21, 2007.

  1. I am thinking about getting the Motordyne spacer for my fx and with the new Smog Cams on the freeways would this be a mod I should re-think? I do not want a $300 mod to turn into more $$$ spent down the road. What do you guys think?

    Thanks in advance!
     
    Last edited: Dec 21, 2007

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  2. Frankiago

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    I can pretty much guarantee you that it will not cause an issue with emissions. I am, however, not liable for any fees you may incur ;)

    Contact Tony @ Motordyne for his word. He's very easy to get a hold of.
     
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    southcounty13

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    Thanks cube. I will call him today
     
  4. Psiclne

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    +1 with Cube.....All its doin is giving more space - And I've driven by the Smog Cams a bunch of times with my MD Spacer on - no notices in the mail yet......(knocking on wood)
     
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  6. Dr.2K

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    I think most here would go with motordyne and their excellent quality and service.
     
  7. Frankiago

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    Yup, there's no real advantage over AAM besides maybe price. The AAM wasn't as extensively reviewed by customers as the MD has. The MD has a ton of praise and actual real life dyno gains where people back up Tony @ MD's claims by performing their own dynos to see what they're getting, both NA and FI.
     
  8. brown_fv

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    I'd also stick with the Motordyne spacer. top notch customer service and a great product with proven results.
     
  9. Psiclne

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    +1 thats why I went with the MD also - plus I got a good deal on a group buy on another VQ site