UICP. Yes. Intake... If not using stock MAF housing then NO.
Since you're new I'll give you a pass. Everyone is gonna hammer you and say search it out.Just wondering if i can install my UICP and Intake without a tune, ive been hearing different things, some people say install it right before getting a tune others say its safe to install without a tune? i just need to know i dont want my car idealing weird and messing up
Make SURE you buy new couplers for the UICP. This can't be said enough. The Injen is notorious for it's short couplers. I ended up getting both blow-off (pipe seperated in the middle under boost), as well as a boost leak (even with the pipe together.) A lot of people recommend T-Bolt clamps instead of the ones it comes with, up to you. But while it's new, CHANGE THE COUPLERS!!!i have an injen intake and uicp
Your thoughts are correct but I would suggest multiplying the stock MAF curve by 1.025 for the ETS intake instead of using their published scaling. That will get you closer on the top end (which is more critical) at the sacrifice of the low end being a bit rich in places.I'm looking to do this as well with my '14 GSR. Thinking of adding an ETS intake and UICP.
Could I get by using a Cobb AP and changing the MAF scaling table and load calculation tables to the ETS intake values in ATR? I know it's not ideal but it could work for an extended amount of time, right? At least until there's a tune involved. Am I thinking of it in the right way?
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