Have any of you guys heard of this? I have a buddy with an 08 ram hemi and he just ran a 10 gauge wire from a bolt on the trottle body over to a grounding location near the battery. And he says that he has noticed a big difference in throttle response.
My only theory on this is: By grounding out the throttle body it takes any ambient static built up on the wires and cleans up the signal going to and from the sensor/pcm? The flow of air going through the throttle body could build up enough static to cause extra noise on the signal and this would clean it up? Making for a more accurate variable the pcm can use to compute?
Any more imformative input on this idea would be awesome!