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Old 02-21-2009, 01:47 PM   #1
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now since this is my DD and i only want to go .10 faster. im going to slap a dry 50 shot on my truck.

my ? is do i put it in front of the maf or behind.

remember this id my DD so i dont want to sacrifice anything melting pistons,cats or blowing up parts
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put it right before the throttle body.
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you need to use our interface controller to run a post MAF dry shot.
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you need to use our interface controller to run a post MAF dry shot.

This is what im doing on my dry 100 shot, i love it, works great, and cheap insurance, it is the only way i'd go if i was to do it again
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nice picture
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