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Old 02-09-2019, 07:13 AM
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I'm gearing up to install my P-Tuning turbo kit, Aem Infinity, fuel system, new clutch, etc. Just wondering what all can be removed from the car at this point?

I'll remove the air pump for sure. Do people remove or block off the EGR, or any other vacuum lines or anything else?

I'll also be using the Bosch LSU 4.2 Wideband O2 sensor, so does the OEM O2 sensor still need to be used with the Infinity?
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Old 02-09-2019, 09:22 AM
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You dont need to retain the stock o2 . Puddymod makes an EGR block off plate. Air pump can be removed all the way to the secondary fuse box.
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Awesome thanks for the tips. I need to talk to Puddymod about something else too.
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Also you can use a plug for the vtec solenoid pressure sensor. This frees up space and keeps unnecessary wires from turbo manifold heat

You can also delete the oem oil pressure sensor the one connected with one ground wire. This is non functional with infinity any way and again keeps wire that might melt deleted freeing up room and headaches.

I would also use the reccomended aem wideband and aem fuel pressure kit from SOS. Having those two will make fuel tuning super simple and incredibly reliable/accurate

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Also you can use a plug for the vtec solenoid pressure sensor. This frees up space and keeps unnecessary wires from turbo manifold heat

You can also delete the oem oil pressure sensor the one connected with one ground wire. This is non functional with infinity any way and again keeps wire that might melt deleted freeing up room and headaches.

I would also use the reccomended aem wideband and aem fuel pressure kit from SOS. Having those two will make fuel tuning super simple and incredibly reliable/accurate
The Infinity, AEM Wideband, fuel pressure sensor kit, Flex Fuel kit, and all that stuff is from SOS. Sounds like I can use the AEM oil pressure sensor instead of the OEM sensor too?
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