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Old 06-23-2011, 06:27 PM
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1.5K resistor driveable?

Just a stupid question dont be hating on this but im just wondering if I could throw in a 1.5K resistor in my ICP sensor while also running my DP tuner on 80econ mode around town just for fun? Will it hurt anything?
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You should never run the resistor mod with a tuner. Any tuner will crank up the duty cycle on the ICP and the resistor can cause over pressurization and that can cause issues.

If you want more oil pressure to make it more fun to drive get a race tune and ask the tuner to crank it up.
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You should never run the resistor mod with a tuner. Any tuner will crank up the duty cycle on the ICP and the resistor can cause over pressurization and that can cause issues.

If you want more oil pressure to make it more fun to drive get a race tune and ask the tuner to crank it up.
Ok I figured that running the tuner with the resistor would cause issues but cant hurt to ask. Thanks for the help bud
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