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Old 07-11-2004, 11:58 PM   #1
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How long did it take for you guys to send in your setup and have it shipped. Since my car is a daily driver ... my down time cannot be long
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Just run without the supercharger while your bracket is away....
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Just run without the supercharger while your bracket is away....
I haven't put the blower on yet (collecting dust ). But what if the car will be tuned for the blower ? Can you safely make WOT Run with that tune running NA ?

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I haven't put the blower on yet (collecting dust ). But what if the car will be tuned for the blower ? Can you safely make WOT Run with that tune running NA ?
You should be ok. Most of the danger is in the new injectors, but since you aren't changing those you should be fine. But if you haven't even installed the blower yet, what's the problem? Just alter the bracket before installation. Your other option is to buy a steel bracket and send that in. Just an idea.

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Good idea. I think I will order a steel bracket.

Thanks for the help
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Old 07-12-2004, 01:16 AM   #6
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I wouldn't go WOT w/the FI tune on an NA condition...too much fuel.....it took about 3 weeks for me to get my stuff, but it was well worth it
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The steel bracket is thicker fyi....... by .01 i believe so remember that what the time comes for alignment.
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