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Old 16 Mar 2008, 11:16 am
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Default i got a h22 with a chipped p28 will the IAB butterfly valves work...?

i dont have the IAB hooked up to the ecu so will they open at full throttle. i notice loss in power at top end...i dont think they did so i zip tied the butterfly valves open instead. dont have any money for a p13 or p72
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Old 16 Mar 2008, 11:31 am
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Umm no. That ECU doesn't have IAB control. I hope it's chipped to work with a h22 or your causing your car to run like shit. If your not gonna buy an p13 in the hear future just take the IAB off.
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