I plan on going with an SD tune in the near future, with that said I plan on buying and IAT breakout harness to run an IAT and obviously leave the MAF unplugged and gone altogether.
I'm just curious, is Caspers the only ones who sells a breakout harness? If not who else? I've heard of some issues with the caspers so i'm wondering if there is something better. Also, anyone sell and already modified omega resister for an IAT I can buy?
Shawn W. Larsen
2005 Pontiac GTO 6.0 LS2 V8/A4... Stalled/Cam Only: 406 RWHP , 370 RWTQ (OLD)... No 1/4 times yet.
-2007 Chevrolet Trailblazer SS 2WD 6.0 LS2 V8: Resonator Removed, Flowmaster 40 series Muffler.
2006 IBM M6
Lingenfelter HAI pouring air into a Magnuson TVS1900 and running out through Kooks and Magnaflow.
Billet shifter, SCSS, AEM, I'm tired of typing, Hotchkis, BC Coilovers, SSR, too much shit.
Believe I got a Caspers with my Svede. Also believe the pins were all smurfed up and didn't mate well with my stock harness which caused me an hour or so of grief while I tried to figure out why my car wouldn't run for more than a few seconds.
u use the caspers one on mine no issues works just fine.....its a very simple piece
Torrid Red on Red 06' M6
Advanced Induction 226/234 Cam, FAST 90 422rwhp/397rwtq
12.7 @ 115 blazing out of the hole like grandma with a 2.28 60' at a featherweight 4085lbs
95 LTx Camaro
386c.i., Advanced Induction Heads and Cam -9.91 @ 134.77 Naturally Aspirated 3300# 2010-2011 LTX Shootout Mod NA Champion....GMHTP past two spring issues.... MVMotorsports Engine Building and Electrical Design
"It's a well know fact that after you hit 400 HP you have to go with split dual exhaust like the LS2 GTOs. The '04s could get away
with single side because they were only 350 HP. With 400 HP and beyond the car wants to turn right at WOT from the thrust."
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