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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

    Frankiago Evo Troll Premium

    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.
  3. OP

    southcounty13 Member

    Thanks cube. I will call him today
  4. Psiclne

    Psiclne Guest

    +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)
  5. Keemo

    Keemo Premium Member Premium

  6. Dr.2K

    Dr.2K iS Doctor on Duty iS VIP

    Santa Clarita, CA
    2005 FX45
    I think most here would go with motordyne and their excellent quality and service.
  7. Frankiago

    Frankiago Evo Troll Premium

    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

    brown_fv Premium Member Premium

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

    Psiclne Guest

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