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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 07-09-2018, 08:42 AM Thread Starter
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Should I keep the Booster Plug in during a remap for V&H?

As the title suggests, I'm getting the Vance and Hines installed this week and I currently run with the Booster Plug. Should I leave it in place while they remap the ecu for the V&H?
I can see how it would make a difference since the dealer is remapping the ECU and the plug is separate.


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Won’t make a difference. The booster plug is not making changes to the ecu. It is just manipulating sensor readings. You will be fine by leaving it in. I did.
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Won’t make a difference. The booster plug is not making changes to the ecu. It is just manipulating sensor readings. You will be fine by leaving it in. I did.

Perfect, thanks
That's what I figured but thought I would check with someone that has done it
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