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Old 08-09-2009, 01:40 AM   #21
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are you ******* kidding me
LOL. He hasn't read up yet. Just like his last post in the thread about the $175 PnP COP kit....
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I dont understand what these do. Can anyone explain? Does it help performance much?
This behavior may get him banned if he is not joking. I seriously think he is joking.
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Old 08-11-2009, 03:50 PM   #22
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I know Braineack's has a PNP harness but I didn't know if it was PNP if you went standalone and did away with your stock computer.
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Old 08-11-2009, 04:12 PM   #23
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It was a semi-legit question. This MS business everyone says is so easy is still a mystery to me. I was reading the manual online last night.

As for the Braineack, there is a different hookup for standalone and piggyback but they both just plug in as far as I can tell.
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they are about 98% plug and play.

Both harnesses require wiring the AIT sensor if applicable, map sensor and WBo2. the 90-93 requires jumping the fuel pump in the diagnostics box.
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they are about 98% plug and play.

Both harnesses require wiring the AIT sensor if applicable, map sensor and WBo2. the 90-93 requires jumping the fuel pump in the diagnostics box.
Isn't that the case for the OG PnP as well?
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I believe so yes.
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Thanks.
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Except for jumping the fuel pump relay in the diagnostic box - the MSPNP does not need that, but it does require pulling the ST SIGN fuse.
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Is that something difficult? Never jumped a relay. Thanks again
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