1. Disconnect the harness plugged into the factory or after market mass airflow meter.
2. Connect the mass air harness to the remote optimizer junction box.
3. Connect the pigtail to the mass airflow meter.
Um yeah, so you do what it says. Those are the easiest instructions I've ever read. Find your MAF, unplug the wire to the MAF. Plug the wire that was in the MAF into your optimizer, plug the optimizer into the MAF where the wire used to be......
You can tuck it away in the engine bay in an area it's easy to get to but is supported...
You can cut the wires, and elongate them, and then mount the optimizer in the engine bay.
I should prewarn you, tuning with this will take a long time, and is a pain in the ass. Also be careful. You can can make it lean enough that you'll knock, or rich enough that the car won't move. And DO NOT rely on an AF gauge to do the tuning. They are bot reliable, and are pretty much useless. An OBD2 scanner will help a little...
^.^ You can ge it at http://www.spmotorsports.com/ The Optimizer is a very good product I got help form people at this forum and did a little changes and the car run very smoothy now ..keke ..thanks again guys ^.^ Totally Awsome
the optimizer is just like a piggy back chip which alow you to change the A/F Ratio, in doing that the RIGHT way you will get performace gain.
I pick this product over the others are because
1. Price - this product do the same as apexi S-AFC does but it is alot cheaper
2. flexiablity - this product is better then diablo , superchip or other similar product is becuase you can chnge the A/F ratio anytime without senting it back to the company to reburn the chip for 100 bucks after you upgrade any new mod
3. install was just simple as PLUGing it in the maf slot. this is alot easier than apexi that need to be tap in to the wire ^.^
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