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Old 03-09-2006, 11:45 PM   #1
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I just wanted to know if a PCM tray is really necessary, of course I want to bolt it down, but do I need something that covers it completely like the little black box it comes in? It doesn't rain frequently, or hard, but it does rain every once in a while. Just curious because I want to make some room for my intake and that box humongous compared to the size of the PCM.
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you can put it anywhere, its completely sealed as is...

this makes it really easy though

http://www.intense-racing.com/Mercha...tegory_Code=IE
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you can put it anywhere, its completely sealed as is...

this makes it really easy though

http://www.intense-racing.com/Mercha...tegory_Code=IE
hes a 97, that wont work. different pcm
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hmm ok.. just noticed that...

whats so different between 97 and 98
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hmm ok.. just noticed that...

whats so different between 97 and 98
97 pcm is a lot bigger. and some wiring differences also.
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Thanks for such a quick response.

Reason the PCM is bigger: Has to do with handling the super amount of awesomeness inherent in my car, and my driving...also, I'm just cool like that.
Or, I dunno..
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97 pcm


98 pcm
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sheesh... put it in the trunk...

how about a mount like this...

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