Dodge Viper Throttle Bodies
- K&N® - Inline Fuel FilterStarting at: $5.80$5.80
- COMP Cams® - Push RodStarting at: $7.06$7.06
- Fitch® Fuel Catalyst - OEM In-Line Fuel CatalystStarting at: $316.75$316.75
- BBK® - Power-Plus F-Series™ Twin Throttle BodyStarting at: $399.97$399.97
- Crown® - Carburetor KitStarting at: $26.21$26.21
- Fitch® Fuel Catalyst - Universal In-Line Fuel CatalystStarting at: $316.75$316.75
Posted by Joseph B.
"Really works! +16 lbs-ft. 2 mpg improvement (4 is claimed). What a surprise! The best mod I have ever spent money on Ever! My truck has 265/75/16 tires. It is severely over geared, which caused sluggish acceleration and poor gas mileage. The transmission would drop a gear at the wiff of a hill as it was struggling with the taller tires. It has a K&N filter and a Gibson catback exhaust to compensate, and it does at about 2500 to 4000 rpm the thing rips. This piece added the low end torque I needed at partial to mid throttle. I used to turn off the O/D in town. Not any more! Went from 14.5 to 16.5 mpg hwy as well. Which is not what they claimed but I Am Not Complaining. Torque gains are probably spot on at +16 lbs-ft it's huge, no joke."
Posted by Cory H.
"The spacer went on easy with minimal effort. I noticed an immediate throttle response improvement and some added torque. I would love to say it improves gas mileage, but have yet to be able to keep my foot out of it long enough to find out if it improved or not. Overall, it met or exceeded every expectation I had."
Posted by Dan M.
"An overall great product. Easy to install and increases both low end torque and fuel efficiency. "
Posted by Barry M.
"I am a long time believer in Fitch. Been using the pellet type for years now. Read all the hype and one day just decided to order some and try it for myself. It works so well I have hundreds and hundreds of dollars of these things in use right now in all manner of fossil fuel burning items, although this is the first time I've ever ordered this canister type for a vehicle. I don't look at Fitch as a mileage thing. To me, it's simply a "best fuel you can possibly burn" kind of thing. I'm sure there's some extra mileage in there somewhere, but what I like is looking at the exhaust of all my stuff (lawn mowers, generator, snowmobiles, kerosene heaters, weed whackers, my truck, etc.) and seeing CLEAN mufflers and CLEAN burning kerosene heaters and CLEAN tailpipes, as well as CLEAN carburetors and CLEAN fuel injectors. Was talking with a good friend of mine a few years back about Fitch. I took him into my garage and showed him the business end of my kerosene space heater (the kind that looks like a jet engine). His exact words upon seeing my totally clean kerosene heater that I use as my sole source of heat in the garage during the winter was, and I quote, "Holy sh**!" :) Needless to say the man is a Fitch man, today. :) If the fuel is burning so much cleaner with Fitch than without it you just know you're squeezing every ounce of energy from whatever it is you're burning. :)"