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Discussion in 'General Tech' started by ttocs, Jun 20, 2013.
You are the "customizing " expert in this muthaph!#&$ right
I have considered it, trust me. Short of super-gluing shit to it and hoping it holds though there really isn't enough room to mount something too...
first time I've ever heard that.
Why do you think your running lean anyways?? wide band? With the cut outs been that close. Wide band won't read properly..
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Yes this is through the afr I have been watching. Cut outs are on the other side of the cat from the sensor its not like its 6" away.
Well that's all i got good luck..
Doubt cut outs are going to make you run lean..
While you can switch "on the fly". I do not really recommend doing it while cruising at 40 mph. While it may work. It could just get iffy.
I would suggest if you are going to do it. Just be sitting still with the car running.. red light.. in a parking spot.
Just a suggestion is all.
That is probably why they made the cable so short and the switch soo small. At this point there is no way in hell anyone could do it safely and hope to hit the right number for the tune. Wish I could find some advice on how to make it usable now....
have you personally switched the SCT chip number while the car was running?
we have done it quite a few times on our shop fox.. not my car in particular.