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This is a discussion on Turbo inlet within the Engine Modifications forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; So I installed my up pipe, found out I had to get a new turbo inlet. With a new inlet ...

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    Turbo inlet

    So I installed my up pipe, found out I had to get a new turbo inlet. With a new inlet plus up pipe, would I need a tune?

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    Turbo inlet

    How did you figure out you needed a new inlet? Did you remove the turbo for the uppipe swap?
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    Re: Turbo inlet

    My tuner is recommending a tune asap. I was just wondering if I could wait. Money money...

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    Re: Turbo inlet

    Did my turbo inlet and up pipe. I have my check engine light on. Can my access port get rid of that? I can't figure out how?

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    If you plan on doing the turbo inlet, I would also consider doing the TGV deletes. I have KStech blockoffs available for purchase.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skinikko View Post
    Did my turbo inlet and up pipe. I have my check engine light on. Can my access port get rid of that? I can't figure out how?

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    I'm assuming its a an CEL complaining about the EGT?
    The AP wont be able to clear it unless you get a protune.
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