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I am happy to inform you guys that i have finally installed the pulley today and as i have feard after turning the car on it drove like crap, actually it drove like a pile of crap haha but then i noticed that i didn't connect the maf back and now its going great. I can feel a big difference but have a little dead spot in the 3k rpm zone...i have installed new plugs and a 4bar fpr, should i just wait it out couple days to see if it goes away or is there a fix to this? And thanks to all the helped.
 

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The dead spot is exactly like my 2000 limited edition has. You need to look up on the forum MAF relocation, and do this "mod". The dead zone is because yours and mine both have the 98-99 MAF location, and it needs to be modified.
 

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what kind of modification are you talking about here?
 

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it moves the MAF close to the throttle body - example my engine bay.

I had issues using those stock hose clamps and i shredded some b/c i over tightend. mine kept moving and creating a boost leak there.. sometimes even comming loose

got some t-bolt clamps and wham it aint goin no where!
 

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