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EGR Spacer

Discussion in 'Parts & Trucks Wanted' started by btolenti, Aug 15, 2005.

  1. btolenti

    btolenti 1/2 ton status

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    Hey guys,

    I know this is a shot in the dark since most people keep their EGR no matter what, but here goes....

    I need 2 EGR spacers like the ones shown in the picture. I am trying to swap a TBI onto my rig and need these so that the EGR clears the IAC wiring.

    Thanks...

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  2. btolenti

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    TTT! Anyone?!?!?! :(
     
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    I have one. Also have the 1" raised, 90* clocking spacer. Question: Why do you need to have a spacer(s)? My SBC TBI converted engine still has the EGR, no spacer needed to clear IAC.
     
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    Any pics of your setup???? Maybe there is something I am missing...or your EGR valve might be somewhat different than mine...

    I have the TBI mounted on my stock quadrajet intake via an adapter from summit..... The IAC is pointed right at my EGR valve. I bought the edelbrock adapter that you talk about, but there are still clearance issues...
     
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    Ah, gotcha, I see why you have clearance problems. I used the TBI intake manifold, so my EGR isn't in the way. Anyway, do you want the 1/4 thick spacer I have (Just like the one in your pic)?

    Another thought, you could make spacers out of some flat steel fairly easily.
     
  6. btolenti

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    Sure! I will take all I can get.... You want me to paypal you some money for it?
     

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