TSP Flex Fuel Plug-n-Play Kit - Now available for Pre-Order

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I ordered your flex fuel kit this morning and already got a shipping notice! Looking forward to getting it installed and having a lot more power before the turbo kicks in. Ktuner's chart shows a 60 ft lb jump at 2200 rpm! I will just use Ktuner's 23 basemap as I still have a stock clutch. A custom tune would surely rip my clutch apart! Maybe a new clutch next year. I will miss having Vit's Stage 1, but will have the new on fly Ktuner features available.



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I ordered your flex fuel kit this morning and already got a shipping notice! Looking forward to getting it installed and having a lot more power before the turbo kicks in. Ktuner's chart shows a 60 ft lb jump at 2200 rpm! I will just use Ktuner's 23 basemap as I still have a stock clutch. A custom tune would surely rip my clutch apart! Maybe a new clutch next year. I will miss having Vit's Stage 1, but will have the new on fly Ktuner features available.
Thanks for your order! Waiting for a clutch to custom tune is likely best. We will also have more clutch options in the future, I am particularly excited about something new that SPEC is building for us. :)
 

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What is the best way to access the ECT2 sensor to unplug the harness from the radiator? I have an all white connector and pulled on it and it wouldn't come off. What do I do to get it off? I pulled off the long black floor pan to access it. Should I have bent the short floor pan flap in the corner down instead? I tried to install it twice and still am out of luck.
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you take the undertray off and you have access to it. no need to bend anything
 

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What is the best way to access the ECT2 sensor to unplug the harness from the radiator? I have an all white connector and pulled on it and it wouldn't come off. What do I do to get it off? I pulled off the long black floor pan to access it. Should I have bent the short floor pan flap in the corner down instead? I tried to install it twice and still am out of luck.
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That plug is usually not much trouble. Remember that it is plugged directly into the radiator.
 

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you take the undertray off and you have access to it. no need to bend anything
Which under tray? The aluminum one? The long black plastic one? Or the short square one in the corner?
 

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There's only one undertray... the big aluminum tray one to access your engine bay
 

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I was wrong in that the white thing I showed in my photo was not the ECT2 connector.
 

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