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Old 03-09-2011, 03:24 AM   #5 (permalink)
stovie
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the green machine :P - '97 Jeep Grand Cherokee ZJ
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i was just thinking why not have a switch connected to your throttle so that way when your just sitting there idling the 2 cylinders are shut off, you don't need them at no throttle any way and as soon as you hit the throttle there back on. i think that will allow the ecu to compensate for them being off cause it will be a constant point where they'll be off and not random
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