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Old 10-26-2011, 09:03 PM
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The "power wire" is where you put a resistor on the intake air temperature sensor and it's supposed to trick the computer to think the intake air temperature is colder than it really is. This is supposed to make the computer dump more fuel and give more power. I highly recommend against using this, it will not give you more power, it will screw up your air/fuel ratios(it is merely tricking a sensor...). Also, at wide open throttle it does nothing as the computer does not use the sensors during open loop...
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