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You will want to make sure that you transfer all sensors over to your new ducting though.

Posted on Apr 24, 2013

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  • michael Apr 24, 2013

    But there is no sensers on the air intake only on the throttle body I just want to know if putting a new one on it will get more air to the engene will it mess up anything

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    Dan Hooper Apr 25, 2013

    I thought that there was an ambient air temp sensor in the original duct. I would not see a problem as the throttle body will only let a specific amount of air into the engine, you would be just giving the throttle body a better source.

  • michael Apr 25, 2013

    And that would give a little bit more horse power

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