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Old 07-01-2007, 01:28 AM   #11
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i beg to differ ahem,,,,,,,,
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i beg to differ ahem,,,,,,,,
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Ahem, I beg to differ with YOU.


There is ZERO PCM support for the GXP. Nobody has cracked it, and nobody has wanted to invest in being the first car.

Without a PCM, you're not going to make much power out of stuff like that.

When I say there'* not much out there, I speak from experience. Please also try to keep in mind that most GXP'* here are still under factory warranty, and please also try to remember that they are FWD, not RWD.

And once again, you are OFF TOPIC. This is your last warning. This topic is about a MAF. You've been warned 5 times in 4 days now.
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I dont see an intake of any kind in your sig. I dont know how much there is to gain from it, but you could build yourselg a FWI/CAI for less than 150 im sure.

Im in the same boat as you for no PCM support, but I did notice a change in the butt dyno after doing what little mods I have done.

The car seems to have more power all around, and one of the first things I noticed after doing my FWI was that I no longer had to downshift while on cruise control at certain places where it always had to downshift before. That translates to a gain in power to me.


Might as well make that V8 start to hiss and roar even more. I know the sound of my engine improved dramatically as far as Im concerned.
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well I was hesitant on doing a FWI after reading Venoms post on how the factory air box flows so well... when I get the dash hawk in i'll be able to play with that..

Oh and stepping a little off topic Will I'm waiting for a call back from Nelson performance regarding the PCM...
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