Engine Idle Speed Adjustment Plate

Engine Idle Speed Adjustment Plate - This low cost part allows you to "dial in" the engine idle speed that you choose!

This low cost part allows you to "dial in" the engine idle speed that you choose! 1986 to 1995 mustang 5.0l idle adjustment plate. used with big heads/cams/superchargers/turbochargers to help stabilize idle speed and tone down surging/hunting. Designed so that the adjustment screws are on top, where they are easily accessible. fits all ford EFI products, but screws may not be as accessible.



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