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Old 11-04-2013, 04:30 PM   #21
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This is a resistor inline to your MAP sensor on your intake, doesn't effect fuel pressure directly (not sure if the fuel pressure goes up with boost or not. I thought the Direct Injected systems run a constant pressure but I don't know this for sure).
The direct injection system runs between 200 and 2000 psi.
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The direct injection system runs between 200 and 2000 psi.
I think it does.
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link goes to the programmer, not the module.
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I guess this vendor doesn't want to sell any of these.
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Would like to know a answer to the above question in running lean. The way I see this working is tricking the PCM into thinking its running a lower boost than it really is. If this is true I can see it running lean.
I'll find out more info from AFE direct on all the questions asked.

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I guess this vendor doesn't want to sell any of these.
We apologized for not answering back fast enough, We were at SEMA this past week trying to soak in all the cool stuff and talking shop with all the manufacturers on all the products we sell. I'll find out to all your questions so we all can get a better understanding on how this unit works.
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So will this be untraceable then? Since its not reflashing the computer.
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link goes to the programmer, not the module.

Picture is of the programmer, but the part number and price represent the module

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I guess this vendor doesn't want to sell any of these.
Oh we do & have! Sorry for the delay my friend, as Mike said above we were super swamped at SEMA last week (Only three of us here at TAP) so we were pretty slow on forum replies.

In reference to your question above, we are trying to get fuel logs & dyno with AFR on it from aFe so you can see what kind of trim its pulling.



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So will this be untraceable then? Since its not reflashing the computer.
Yes and no. It does not reflash the computer and is very low profile in terms of being detected. What would set it off is the different parameters the engine is running in. It still would take someone very familiar with the 3.5 to realize anything had been changed, though.
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Thanks for the intake Mike!!

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I ordered this coupled with AFEs stage 2 intake. SERIOUSLY woke up the Beast! You can definitely feel the higher boost pressure and low end torque. As far as fuel economy goes, at cruising speeds its the same and that's it. Everything else under boost will obviously use more fuel. One of the best bang for buck items out there.

And Tapauto gets an A+ in my book for customer service. I had a couple mix ups with their website as well as my order but at the same time I had two guys back to back sending me emails fixing it.
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I would like to see a data log with this installed. Curious to know afr, timing, kr, and boost are
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