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Default 06-15-2015, 08:59 PM

I was able to access both boost solenoids by popping the coolant lines off the passenger side intercooler and rotating it out of the way a bit. It's about an hour job and fully plug and play. I figure its better than cutting wires going to the DME.

Also if someone finds their fuel trims maxing out and wants/needs to add in the fuel pressure connections that is their prerogative. It's easy enough to add the connectors to the JB harness and we'll support them. For those of us with meth or using pump gas, it's not really a factor.
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