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Old 12-24-2008, 04:54 AM
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Big boost Mod??? anybody used this yet???

has anybody used this product and if so, how well did it work??? attached below is the product, and also a video of the install (go to 1 minute 47 seconds of the video)

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Old 12-24-2008, 05:00 AM
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Looks like a regular boost fooler for the map sensor.
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They have those at wal mart I think.
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Looks like a regular boost fooler for the map sensor.

Agreed, but I would watch out about buying non-brand name parts on ebay. You can get one from BD Power for about $10.00 more.
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Thats just an over priced Boost Fooler for the Map sensor this can be done 2 diff. ways 1 is getting the ITP Over Boost Annihilator Overboost Annihilator

or by doing the 4.7K mod for around $1 dollar that can be found at your local Radio Shack its an Electrical Diode that get tapped into two wires of the map sensor and makes it read a constant 4.7 volts which is max fuel output before the PCM goes into defuel mode from overboosting

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its an Electrical Diode that get tapped into two wires of the map sensor and makes it read a constant 4.7 volts which is max fuel output before the PCM goes into defuel mode from overboosting

A zener diode will block anything over the selected voltage, still allowing normal readings under 4.7v, but nothing over 4.7v
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