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Hi Alitude plus a Cold test on a LML GMC Durimax

Reviewed By Stanley B (VERNON, AZ) Reviewed for a 2011 GMC Sierra —1/13/2016 7:26 AM

Hi From Az. I installed Resonator delete & Sinister intake Bridge. Since the cold weather set in P0101 code is a problem. I hope this new sensor is a fix? The unit has a wide band on voltage so with this & the Hyper Tec program that adjusts for cold air. Auto Any Thing, gave me the best deal on both units. The delivery time is always 2 days or less which is great for this area. Support from the MFG on both units is super. I generally go on line 1st & end up at AutoAnyThing.THX.

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Wow, an immediate impact after installing the BBK 86mm Mass Air Meter! I had previously installed the BBK 78mm Throttle Body along w/ a K&N 57 Series Air Intake kit. I did previously see a noticeable performance gain - BUT after that install the 4.6L had noticeable hesitation & bog. However, once I installed this BBK 86mm Mass Air Meter the engine immediately ran better without any bog nor hesitation! Replacing the Mass Air Meter is must when installing an aftermarket throttle body!!

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The installation only consist of unscrewing two screws and disconnecting two lines, less then 5 minutes guaranteed. So far I have notice a pretty big difference with my lower RMPs as well as my MPG. I usually get 11.5 MPG with my 2012 Ford F150 FX4 with a 6" lift kit and 35x12.5 tires. I can now say I am running about 12.5 MPG and looks like I could possibly get more as time goes by.

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