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Old 07-30-2008, 07:20 AM   #21
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No need to pull the fuse.. Adaption happens continuously during driving.. About the only time you need to is after changing a bad component like the AMM.
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Old 07-30-2008, 07:33 AM   #22
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I think I used 1200 degree and mine has never bubbled after 2 years.
yeah i just had a can of 500 laying around and didnt notice until like 3 coats in it was only 500 ill go get 1200 today.

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No need to pull the fuse.. Adaption happens continuously during driving.. About the only time you need to is after changing a bad component like the AMM.
hey i wanted some hope the pipe was on right

i guess im gonna have to try to reseat it at some point, although the backfires are pretty nice lol.



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Old 07-30-2008, 12:24 PM   #23
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well i think the pipe will be alright, i think i never noticed how loud the saabsport really was, and now its just a little louder because its faster over all...

its boosting nicely. (today before it was 90% humidity and and 90 degrees aka 76 degrees and dry.)




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No need to pull the fuse.. Adaption happens continuously during driving.. About the only time you need to is after changing a bad component like the AMM.
adaptation? does this mean the T7 adjusts to the mods on its own? is that without any kind of tune? either way, that's incredible. T7 just keeps impressing.
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saabkid37 i got the same speakers as you but the blue box. and i installed it exactly like how u did, where you just break off the sides of the speaker holder. it fits perfectly and sounds great.
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its boosting nicely. (today before it was 90% humidity and and 90 degrees aka 76 degrees and dry.)
Time for a real gauge :P

Lots of variables to consider but when mine was stock it would go right up against the next break in color(the black line). That means nothing as you can even change that with a Tech-2, so yeah a real boost gauge tells more of the story.
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yeah yeah i know, but id consider anywhere near that high up as running healthy.



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well i think the pipe will be alright, i think i never noticed how loud the saabsport really was, and now its just a little louder because its faster over all...

Yeah, you won't notice how loud it is till you either get a ticket for it or let someone else drive your car.
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adaptation? does this mean the T7 adjusts to the mods on its own? is that without any kind of tune? either way, that's incredible. T7 just keeps impressing.

t5 also adapts all the time, but it will happen faster if you re-set the ecu.

I am not sure about t7, but t5 seems to take a good 100 miles to really get adapted.

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Yeah, you won't notice how loud it is till you either get a ticket for it or let someone else drive your car.
if i havent gotten a noise ticket in the honda i wont in the saab. the honda is almost over 90db at full tilt under vtec with a full exhaust...and most tracks have a 100db limit!

i stood out back of the car at idle tonight, and the the exhaust not eis like raspy/airy now dunno why, guess theres just more air in the system now.



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t5 also adapts all the time, but it will happen faster if you re-set the ecu.

I am not sure about t7, but t5 seems to take a good 100 miles to really get adapted.

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