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Old 10 Oct 2004, 02:56 am
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Default Map Clamps

Does anyone have any info on these? I know how they work, I am just wondering if anyone has done anything with these on the PT's or what kind of voltage you are running at at your boost level. Thanks
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Old 10 Oct 2004, 11:31 pm
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The voltage is probably different from vehicle to vehicle.

There are a lot of different ways to set up a vehicle.Boost,weather conditions and types of mods you have.

The voltage from one vehicle to another might get you close but thats not good enough when you are talking about air/fuel ratios.

The only correct way to use a map clamp is get a wideband meter or go to the dyno.

Air/fuel is nothing to play with.

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