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post #1 of 43 (permalink) Old 10-08-2009, 06:56 PM Thread Starter
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moving map sensor?

i dont remember where but a while back i was on a forum and it said something about moving the map line to the hot side of the ic pipe wondering if that helps anything. I think the person said something about better throttle response. Does it work?
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It did seem to improve throttle response and a bit less smoke. I think because the PCM see's boost sooner then on the cold side.

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Subscribing. Interesting.
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It did seem to improve throttle response and a bit less smoke. I think because the PCM see's boost sooner then on the cold side.
yea your the one who posted pictures arent you?
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Re: moving map sensor?

I think I did at some point... I'll have to look thru my webshots. Nothing special, just drill and tap the X pipe or weld a bung into the hot side IC pipe.

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any body else have input on this im thinking about doing it this weekend?
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Did the same thing on mine, did not really notice a difference but thought it couldn't hurt. Also had to relocate my map sensor when when to the twin setup and there was a port right there so I used it.
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so its not worth the trouble? what kind of hp were you making when you did it?
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Just do it... Its the way the OBS were from the factory...

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okay! what all do i need ?
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