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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old May 12th, 2019, 15:44 Thread Starter
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what plugs to eliminate after having standalone

i have a gen3 3sgte and im trying to take plugs off the harness and get rid of wires on the harness anyone know what plugs i can take off.

basically trying to have simple harness since i have it all apart.
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The only plugs which can be eliminated would be the MAP, IAT and narrow band O2 depending on what sensors running with standalone. Not really worth the effort IMO as stock harness will support a PNP or OEM ECU should it be required.
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running a link g4+ it uses stock plug pnp
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Yes but connections may not use all the sensors. Usually a larger range MAP is provided as well as the IAT for temp correction in plenum. Toyota ones are not very good.
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i have a 4bar link and a using the stock iat atm
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You will want to get a GM style IAT sensor. The OEM doesn't react fast enough. Other than that, the rest of the plugs can stay unless you are doing a wire tuck. In that case it's very different.
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