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Old 01-30-2012, 10:28 AM
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Guys with stacks ? backpressure sensor ?

Guys who have stacks , what are you doing about the back pressure sensor to avoid the high idol ?
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I'd like to know also since im debating a stack. doesnt it depend which tuner, H&S you dont need the bungs in the exhaust. what tuner are you gonna run?
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Plug it in and zip tie it up on the frame
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I already have a Innovative Deisel Livewire.
You can tie up the temp sensors , but the
back pressure sensor needs to be plugged in
or you will have a high idol
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I have live wire with innovative tunes the sensor still hooks up and stuff. Spartan and H&S u don't need sensors


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I already have a Innovative Deisel Livewire.
You can tie up the temp sensors , but the
back pressure sensor needs to be plugged in
or you will have a high idol
Not true. Plug in the electrical connection and you will not have a high idle. Just did mine this weekend. plugged in my sensors electrically and just let them hang there to try it and no high idle. The rubber hose does not need to be slide over the exhaust fitting. Just the electrical connection
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Not true. Plug in the electrical connection and you will not have a high idle. Just did mine this weekend. plugged in my sensors electrically and just let them hang there to try it and no high idle. The rubber hose does not need to be slide over the exhaust fitting. Just the electrical connection
How many times have you driven it, after 2 starts mine had the high idol until I capped the AP sensor
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I have live wire with innovative tunes the sensor still hooks up and stuff. Spartan and H&S u don't need sensors
Do you have any pics under neath of the stacks?
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I miss my stacks
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Beatngu... Man your car sounds sick man i had an 02 Gt with HP Twin 60mm that had 770@ 15psi and man i miss that car! Sold it to pay for my wedding but i was able to keep my 2 foxes!
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