Throttle Body Spacers & Accessories

Throttle body spacer modifications can make your Bronco Sport breathe better, accelerate better, and perform better in all environments. These come in a variety of materials and designs, including aluminum, plastic, and composite materials. Some feature a helix or spiral design inside the spacer, which is intended to create a vortex effect that further improves airflow and combustion efficiency.

Throttle body spacers can be a relatively inexpensive and easy-to-install upgrade for those looking to enhance the performance of their engine. This is why we at Everything Bronco Aftermarket have compiled the very best, industry-leading Ford Bronco Sport throttle body spacers & accessories which are going to boost your Bronco Sport and make it a lot more fun to drive!

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What to Look Out for When Buying Aftermarket Throttle Spacers for a Bronco Sport?


Not all throttle body spacers are as effective in increasing the power output of your Bronco which means that some are going to be more consistent and smooth while others are going to be more aggressive. Also look at how these will affect your engine efficiency, emissions, and reliability. 


Consider the level of technical expertise and tools required to install the throttle body spacer. Some spacers may be relatively simple to install, while others may require modifications to the engine or intake system, and some may require tuning adjustments to optimize performance. 


Look for throttle body spacers from reputable manufacturers that use high-quality materials and components such as aluminum or carbon fiber. Low-quality components may not withstand the increased stresses of a modified engine, which could result in premature failure and costly repairs.

Can I Install Throttle Body Spacers Myself?

In general, the installation process involves removing the factory throttle body and installing the spacer in between the throttle body and intake manifold. 

Some spacers may require additional modifications, such as drilling or tapping holes in the intake manifold or throttle body, so it is important to carefully follow the manufacturer's installation instructions.

Which Tools Do I Need to Install Throttle Body Spacers?

When attempting to install a throttle body spacer yourself, it is important to have the necessary tools and equipment, such as socket wrenches, torque wrenches, and gaskets, as well as a clean and well-lit workspace, preferably in an enclosed environment such as a garage.

It is also important to take your time and follow the instructions carefully to ensure a proper and safe installation.