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Old 04-14-2006, 03:30 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Who should I get software from if I want to get maximum gains out of swapping in an m50 intake manifold and a CAI?

I am guessing just getting a shark injector is not the way to go.
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Who should I get software from if I want to get maximum gains out of swapping in an m50 intake manifold and a CAI?

I am guessing just getting a shark injector is not the way to go.
shark injector wil lbe fine, but no pre-programmed software is gonna be as good as a real dyno tune
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shark injector wil lbe fine, but no pre-programmed software is gonna be as good as a real dyno tune
not tru, do all ur mods, call turner motorsports, have them make u software...
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^^ Since all I found there for OBDII was the Shark Injector, so I started this thread. I was starting to doubt my memory. It is good to have confirmation. Do you know if it is too expensive? Thanks all.
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^^ Since all I found there for OBDII was the Shark Injector, so I started this thread. I was starting to doubt my memory. It is good to have confirmation. Do you know if it is too expensive? Thanks all.
no, its the price of the shark, when u call them to order,list the mods u have done, they shall calculate it in, if u have ur dyno chart with the Air 2 fuel ratio, it would be even better...
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I just got a cold air from AFE, and got a service light come one. Computer says the car is running to lean. Anyone know if software like a shark injector will make that go away? Dealer says they'll fix it, but i'm guessing this will fix the fuel/air ratio, but will not give me horse power gains as well.
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I just got a cold air from AFE, and got a service light come one. Computer says the car is running to lean. Anyone know if software like a shark injector will make that go away? Dealer says they'll fix it, but i'm guessing this will fix the fuel/air ratio, but will not give me horse power gains as well.
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call tuner, ask em, i dont like AFE, they have ridiculous claims...
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no, its the price of the shark, when u call them to order,list the mods u have done, they shall calculate it in, if u have ur dyno chart with the Air 2 fuel ratio, it would be even better...
I seriously am thnking that we may not have a place where I can dyno my car here in Fayetteville Thanks for the tip, though.
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