Ok, I performed a search on the subject and found a few posts regarding deleting the SAI. Unfortunately none are specific to our R32. The closest, was a 2.8 VR6 DYI.
What does it do? It is used to lower emissions especially during cold start up. Allow the Catalytic converters to warm up faster.
1. aesthetics, cleaner engine bay
2. more room to work on engine
3. less weight (avg. system including pump, hoses, and switches aprox. 7 lbs.)
2. not passing state inspections
Has anyone any input?
I was thinking of questioning Jeff at United Motorsports to see if he could override the fault(s)/readiness code.
Has anyone done this on a NA motor?
PSU, have you done this?