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Old 09-07-2011, 07:36 PM   #11
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You can run the MMR adaptor plate, I had a buddy do that and he didnt gain any hp...his tuner said that there isnt enough volume...if you put tons of spacers under it that would help but you need a high style plenum such as the 6061.

Sorry if I was confusing earlier, I dont think you need a tune at all...but for absolute best gains you should get one

And yes you can use stock fuel lines, as cp said just delete your EGR...everything else bolts up as it would stock
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Old 09-07-2011, 09:56 PM   #12
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You can run the MMR adaptor plate, I had a buddy do that and he didnt gain any hp...his tuner said that there isnt enough volume...if you put tons of spacers under it that would help but you need a high style plenum such as the 6061.

Sorry if I was confusing earlier, I dont think you need a tune at all...but for absolute best gains you should get one

And yes you can use stock fuel lines, as cp said just delete your EGR...everything else bolts up as it would stock
Ok cool i already have a egr delete i am already tuned for that. I am just nervous about the intake messing up my A/F ratio. Since im new to FI i am nervous about doing alot untuned and detonating haha
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