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Old 10-06-2010, 11:01 PM
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Alright so yesterday i went ahead and modded out my tb. Took off the walls exactly as described, and built my own CAI using an airhat off a dakota, thick 3" pvc pipe, and one of the larger spectra filters. The only thing i didnt do was use the mothers polish to polish out the TB. Is that just for looks or does that affect performance? Im asking only because i didnt really notice a whole lot of difference and i cant seem to here the "howl" that everyone is talking about. I'm starting to think there was a little improvement and maybe i just was expecting too much? Or does the computer need time to adjust to the changes to be able to notice the difference? Also is there any other litte tweaks i can do? i read somewhere that I can relocate one of the sensors into the CAI to make the computer think its getting colder air. Any help wouldf be greatly appreciated. Thanks again

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Computer does need time to adjust. Unhook the battery for awhile
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What is this throttle body mod that you speak of?
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It'll take a bit for the computer to learn the new air curve, and the relocation you've heard about is moving the IAT sensor closer to the filter to get a colder air temp reading before the air is warmed up in the intake tube by the engine heat.
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okay well thanks for the help fellas. i tried searching it but does anyone have a pic or a how to on the iat sensor relocation?
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