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    “The IMS really helps to straight and smooth the flow of the ports between the upper and lower manifold”


    “a lot more noticeable, was a nice increase in the range I want power…..(freeway passing) without having to take it to redline and was a lot more noticeable on cruise around 65-80”


    “I must say the product is quality. Big thanks NC for the delivery and packaging of this product. He has been more than helpful throughout this whole process for me.”

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Will this IMS Spacer work with my exhaust system?

A. Yes, it will work with any combination of exhaust whether it is stock, full aftermarket, cat-back, or just a Y-pipe replacement.

Will this IMS Spacer work with my handheld programmer?

A. Yes, it will work with any programmer such as the bullydog/superchips and is again recommended that you reset the ECU at the time of installation.

How long does it take to install the IMS Spacer?

A. Taking your time and following the instructions it can take about an hour. Once you are familiar with the process it can be done in as little as 30 minutes.

Will this IMS Spacer help me if I am running larger tires?

A. Of course! The added Horse Power and Torque will especially help people running oversized tires, pulling trailers, people who have added heavy aftermarket bumpers, or people just looking for more power up and over the mountains where power is lost.

Are there any clearance issues with the hood once the IMS Spacer is installed?

A. No, the IMS does raise the intake and subsequent covers etc. up but the end result is no different than stock as far as interfering with the hood.

Does the IMS Spacer improve MPG?

A. Results can vary depending on driving characteristics. Customers have reported to have gained mpg on road trips where mpg and money can be a big concern. If you drive with a lead foot you will most likely not see gains in mpg. However due to the increased power, the amount of throttle required for the same speed to be achieved is lessened so that driving at a normal pace, mpg increases can certainly be obtained.