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Ok, i am looking into purchasing some, from a buddy, but have a question. What do you do with the IAT, and IACV? You disable the IACV correct? Is there a write-up possibly? Any help is appreciated. Thanks!
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Quick question for you...your profile says you're located in japan, yet it says you have an LX sedan. So, is it a real EF or are you just calling your non-jdm sedan an "EF"?
 

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Your profile says you're located in japan, yet it says you have an LX sedan. So, is it a real EF or are you just calling your non-jdm sedan an "EF"?
:jdm: rofl. you can use the AICV use a block of plate and run the water line. Or, not use it but leave plugged in so the ecu wont throw a code. dont forget your gonna still need a vacuum log for everything else.
 

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Ok, i am looking into purchasing some, from a buddy, but have a question. What do you do with the IAT, and IACV? You disable the IACV correct? Is there a write-up possibly? Any help is appreciated. Thanks!
IAT, you secure near the ITB Bell entry like in this pic, you can see it at bottom of one of the horns. (second from the left)



IACV, you cal leave plugged in if you are OBD1 and either run it by creating a plate and vaccum source for it from the 4 runners or don't run at all. You will loose the ability to raise idle when the car is cold if you don't use it.

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IAT, you secure near the ITB Bell entry like in this pic, you can see it at bottom of one of the horns. (second from the left)



IACV, you cal leave plugged in if you are OBD1 and either run it by creating a plate and vaccum source for it from the 4 runners or don't run at all. You will loose the ability to raise idle when the car is cold if you don't use it.

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Is there anyway you can do ITB's being OBD0? Or would you recommend going OBD1.
 

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you "can" run them obd0, you will have MAJOR issues tuning/running part throttle.

obd0 with turboedit can only be set to sense load based of off MAP signal. that is its major flaw.

obd1 with crome can be tuned from map signal and TPS position. that is the key to running ITBs nicely at all throttle angles.

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