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post #1 of 6 Old 05-29-2009, 07:55 PM Thread Starter
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Just wanted to know who else is running a c&l draw through meter as a blow through? How good does it work? I called c&l and they said that my 76mm sensor will work as a blow through, just that it may peg the voltage on the meter at a lower hp level then I would have to have the car tuned to get it right, not sure what that means. Neways im ordering a turbo kit real soon, not sure who from, just wanted to know if the meter I have would really work right. Thanks for the advise.


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I'm going to try and use it.. we'll see what happens. If I were you I'd sell it and just get a PMAS blow through cal'd for your setup.. I still may end up doing that if it pegs the maf, but if you can get the driveability down you can always get a Diablosport MAF extender, which will make sure the voltage doesn't peg on the MAF.

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I talked with c&l, the company I am purchasing the turbo kit from and the guy that is going to tune it and they all said there will be no problem using it, so I guess that saves me some coin. If anyone else has the same questions, I will let you know how it runs and if there was a lot of tuning involved to get it right.
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I've got a c&l on my car. It has done a pretty good job and wasn't that hard to tune.

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The only tuning problems that I had with my car were related to the C&L. The PMAS cleared them right up

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I have used C&L on all my turbo cars, just make sure it is imbetween the TB and the BOV. not before the BOV, it will not work, has to be imbetween
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