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This is a discussion on :/ P1410 CEL within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Originally Posted by Graham46 Im sure it will be safe if you are getting tuned with that intake on, Ive ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graham46 View Post
    Im sure it will be safe if you are getting tuned with that intake on, Ive just read before that Cobb is the only intake with the same exact MAF specs as factory, and if the size/diameter of that peice where the MAF is getting its readings from is changed, it can skew the readings and mess up what the engine needs. But like I said, if youre tuner is taking into consideration the size and flow of that intake, it should be right as rain. I guess what Im talking about applies more to people who just slap on a new intake and do nothing else. I may or may not evetually go with the cobb intake, but Ive also heard from people on here that the filter is slightly oiled as opposed to the dry factory filters and that can cause harmful particles to get into your engine over time. Who knows, the intake question is a heavy one!!
    Oh ok, i thought you had heard bad things about it. It'll all be put into account in the tune, so no worries on the MAF location I wouldn't ever put an after market intake on our cars without a tune. Cause even a small difference in the MAF reading will add up to a big problem eventually.
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    OK, got a question.

    Put the boost gauge on tonight. When i hit WOT it spikes to about 14psi then drops to about 11psi. is this normal?
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    Depends on the gear that you are in I believe.

    BTW, congrats on going stage 2. I know how much I love it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skreekin View Post
    Depends on the gear that you are in I believe.

    BTW, congrats on going stage 2. I know how much I love it!
    Well all I did were little 2nd and 3rd gear pulls in town. Highest rpm was probably 5500. And thanks I'm super excited! Should get it on the dyno next Monday.
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    boost gauge installed.

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    Looks tight
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    Quote Originally Posted by Graham46 View Post
    Looks tight
    Definitely. Nobody likes a loose boost gauge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trainrex View Post
    Definitely. Nobody likes a loose boost gauge.
    Haha I remember the first time tight was used around my grandfather. Maybe groovy or far out are better suited for some individuals around here

    Thanks Graham! It's the only place to really put it if you tap into the clock without extending the wires.
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    Well, got the baby girl on the Dyno this morning. It's a whole lot of fun 250hp & 290 ft/lbs. 17psi. Install went pretty well, the air pump delete as well.

    and a few pictures.



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    the K&N Typhoon intake is fine on the 06+


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