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Old 12-24-2007, 09:10 PM   #1
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Default Resistor Boxes for Low-Impedance Injectors

http://www.homemadeturbo.com/forum/i...?topic=87804.0

Saw this on another forum. No idea who the guy is but i know some people on here are looking to use some low-z injectors and these boxes would make life easier. They're also only $20.

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get a MS
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get a MS
These are for the weiners that don't want to install appropriate grounding for low-z injectors. Or for people with v2.2 boards. Whoever that might be.
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get a ms v3.0 board with the PWM circuit built in.
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get a ms v3.0 board with the PWM circuit built in.
Come on now Scott not everyone can afford $187 to build their own MS. Geez. A AFPR, Bipes, and lots crossed fingers is soo much cheaper.
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