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Default 07-20-2018, 07:16 PM

Making good progress on JB4 Stinger fuel control. One of the JB4's unique abilities allows it to tap in to the o2 sensors and directly alter the air/fuel ratio. The factory tuning is so rich at full throttle we're hoping leaning it out a bit will result in more power. Especially on E85 mixtures. We'll find out soon.

The removable posi-taps are on the sensor side of the harness and virtually undetectable once removed as it's under the factory sleeving I've pulled back to attach them. Takes around 20 seconds to attach but connections like this would always remain optional for those looking to really push things performance wise.
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