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Old 01-06-2013, 02:23 PM
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New ICP

So anyone who thinks their ICP is bad or knows it's bad, REPLACE IT!! I knew mine was bad but didn't want to spend the money to replace it. I got new injectors and e-fuel and it smoked like SOB! I could only hit 22psi of boost. I noticed a little while ago that there was a good amount of oil inside the ICP connector. Went ahead and dropped the money for a new sensor and pigtail (why is the dang pigtail so expensive!?) and holy cr@p!! This thing scoots now!! It was fast befe the sensor but smoke too much. Now I get on it and I hit 32-33psi in no time. Guess I'll need a new turbo sooner than later.

So in short, if you know yours is bad or you think it's bad, spend the $200 (Riffraff) on the sensor and pigtail. You'll be glad you did!!
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