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Old 08-24-2009, 11:57 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by Indpowr View Post
I have read the threads, are there any downsides to this? Our car driving for 40 mins with a hot motor right up on a dyno made 315rwhp
I'll certainly report it right away if my car blows up.

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Originally Posted by DDustiNN View Post
Nice post! I'm wondering though, is it really necessary to let it sit for hours with the fuses out? What is the reason for that? Any time I've reset stuff in my Fusion, I just pull the fuses out just to see if it's not blown, then put it back in...

Just curious if there's a reason that I may not know about

I'm thinking I'm gonna try this when I get my car back though!
Probably not for hours. I just wanted to make damn sure it was long enough.

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Originally Posted by matteo View Post
why is this only an L99 problem? have no LS3s seen this?
There haven't really been any LS3s reported as being really slow.

However, if you check the boards there is one claim that he benefited real good from this.
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