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newcelica84
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newcelica84 Feb 5, 5:58am - #97393 
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intake/exhaust

why is it that we don't need to recalibrate air/fuel ratio if we install like I/E. let's say we go and add headers, do we still need to recalibrate air/fuel ratio?
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celica2kgts Feb 5, 6:29am - #97394 
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well in theroy we should to utlize the max potential like havin a power afc Monkeywrenchracing.com did dyno's with just Injen Intake and it was like 165 or something to the wheels and once the power afc was tuned it ran a 177 or something like that and added lot more tq @2500 rpm!
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newcelica84 Feb 5, 6:38am - #97395 
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damn, that's awesome! but if we leave it like that without tuning with the AFC bc AFC is a lot of money, would it be bad for the engine? Like would it reduce engine life because there is not an equal mixture of A/F ratio, so that could demage the engine, right?
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celica2kgts Feb 5, 6:40am - #97396 
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nope no prob
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