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Old 08-29-2005, 03:33 PM   #41
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JUst an update to say that all is doing great and the unit works super.
The meter is still solid and comes in handy when scanning kr or keeping an eye on tranny temps.

I see Intense now stocks them for quick shipment too
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Curse my OBD hybrid-ness!
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So hurry up and tell me if you pull any KR with the 3.1 pulley on 94 octane.
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YAY... i can finally get one of these now... i have been dreaming about it since i saw it... no need for a tacky pillar pod now!
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So now tell me again which brown wire? There is a yellow, then a brown, then another brown, then another yellow, ......

Also, I notice when you ground out the nozzle, you had to remove a tab support. Does it mount securely with this gone?
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Old 07-12-2006, 01:45 AM   #46
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OK, I've got the gauge mounted nice and clean.

Tomorrow is another day to try and find that keyed power supply.......brown wire...brown wire....where are you brown wire.....
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Please start a new thread.... This one is OLD!
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