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    Default thermo block spacers

    do they make these for the VEs........and if so can someone help mi with a link
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    yes they do. here is the GB(no longer available but it states they make them)
    http://www.sr20-forum.com/group-buys...-groupbuy.html

    and here is the link to there site, its not listed so you might have to call or email them first to make sure they are in stock
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    If you are goin to use them just put on the one for the head and the one for the TB.
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    How much gain these will give?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andreas Miko View Post
    If you are goin to use them just put on the one for the head and the one for the TB.
    what about the one for between the intake and the plenum.....wouldnt the spacer be good for assisting in torque
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    If you buy the whole set, why not use the whole set. That's what I'm going to do. Anything to help get a degree down. I got my set from the group buy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andreas Miko View Post
    If you are goin to use them just put on the one for the head and the one for the TB.

    Yeah what's wrong with using the one in between the runners and plenum?

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    Because the one at the head does the most for heat transfer, the spacer between the runners/plenum really doesn't do anything but lengthen the runners. It's up to you, put all three on there if you want. My plenum spacer has been sitting in the box for two years for that reason, the other two are installed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by niZmo View Post
    How much gain these will give?
    X2????????????????????? any of u guys notice a diffrence after the install????

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    Quote Originally Posted by jer_760 View Post
    Because the one at the head does the most for heat transfer, the spacer between the runners/plenum really doesn't do anything but lengthen the runners. It's up to you, put all three on there if you want. My plenum spacer has been sitting in the box for two years for that reason, the other two are installed.
    that makes sense...but the ting is doesnt extending the runners make more torque.....so using it may be a plus.....the next thing is taking the intake of the head will this cause the head to get hotter as the heat exchanging that is done will no longer happen there and the heat will have to find somewhere else to be removed.....i have a theory but let me hear ur views.....i dont expect that the gains will be high...maybe as see by advertising they might give 4whp more...dont think u will feel that but its na so any power that we can find will work if ur serious about it......my thing is if u spend 130 dollars on 4whp and u X that by 3 u would have 390 dollars. now if u where to use that and buy a flywheel like most ppl here it wouldnt allow u to see 12whp would it...mine didnt so for the cost to whp i say it would make some sense.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by jer_760 View Post
    Because the one at the head does the most for heat transfer, the spacer between the runners/plenum really doesn't do anything but lengthen the runners. It's up to you, put all three on there if you want. My plenum spacer has been sitting in the box for two years for that reason, the other two are installed.
    same here.

    Also I don't think its a huge gain. Maybe 3-5whp at most. Dyno before and after and let us know
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    Always a good idea to listen to Miko. Guy knows more about these motors than any 50 of us put together. Call or email the thermoblock folks, they don't list them but they're happy to cut them for the VE; they did for me couple years ago when I put her together. Probably helps keep things cooler, couldn't tell you whether a hp difference, as didn't dyno before/after.
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