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Old 11-03-2004, 02:26 PM   #14
scooby24
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Originally Posted by soso3
He reset the ECU...don't go around calling people nazis...

Reset your own, and you feel the power increase (without changing any parts).

For a more accurate result, he should:
1.) Put on the K&N Typhoon
2.) Reset ECU
3.) Drive like he normally drives for a week
4.) Go to the Dyno.

The first skeptic.

I do reset my own and I feel less power, as is with most cars. ECU slowly builds up timing until it finds the safest levels. It doesn't Start high and go low...that wouldn't make any sense.

Also, it doesn't take a week for the ECU to learn..usually more like 30 miles. Other people have dyno'd this intake and they all seem to get the same results.

I had the GPmoto shorty on my WRX and it gave power. Butt Dyno said so
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