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Old 07-28-2018, 09:59 PM
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You should ba able to get a throttle body spacer from Specter or a similar brand. I know when I worked at AutoZone we had several on the shelf but we started to phase them out to make more room. Should still be readily available online.

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i'm afraid that it has to be one made for a v6 4th gen camaro. the tail section is slanted about 10 deg toward the driver. which means that most t5 shifters made for other models wont be pointed in the correct direction. if it was straight up it would be a different story. which that said I haven't looked at any of the new shifters that have come out. someont may have designed a shifter that would work. but if it doesn't say its made for 93-02 t5 i'm going to say it wont work.
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That's what I was afraid of. Sorry I haven't been very active. This neck sprain has really set me back.
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You should ba able to get a throttle body spacer from Specter or a similar brand. I know when I worked at AutoZone we had several on the shelf but we started to phase them out to make more room. Should still be readily available online.

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That would be awesome. But I need a good 3.5 to 4 inches of spacer to clear the timing chain case in the heads.
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In that case see about getting another intake and throttle body, cut the flanges off, and get a short piece of aluminum piping and have a spacer fabricated.

Could be pricey but an option.

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Thanks man! I really appreciate it.
I'm only looking at around $15.00 in materials to fab my own, and then whatever my machinist charges me to clean up my work. I've just been in bad shape lately and extremely behind on every project...
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Yea I'd go that route

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and extremely behind on every project...
Aren't we all lol
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