I have used a resistor that I bought at Radio Shack for a quarter to do the same thing for my Grand Am, but only for a few hours during bracket races. That and a few psi of pressure out on my front tires, got me about 4 tenths in the 1/4 mile. My thought is that the Solstice has already been tuned for speed, so you don't need to fool it. The Grand Am was tuned for fuel economy, so lying to it for a few hours, a couple times a month, wasn't going to hurt.dori-san said:to make things easier....
it's a crappy mod that RICERS buy into because of their general stupidity.
it's 25 bucks for something they TELL you costs $200 but only really costs 5 bucks at RadioShack for something similar. All it is is a little resistor kinda thing that they tell you to put in a certain place under the hood. You plug it in and it's supposed to trick your ECU into thinking you're getting colder air that you actually are, which in turn makes your car run rich to compensate for said 'increased' air. It makes your car seem quicker because it's using more gas, in actuality it only ruins your gas mileage. Then after a while your ECU should figure out that it's being lied to, and then compesate accordingly... resetting the A/F ratio and pretty much bypassing the trick signal from the resistor, making it useless.
In other words, DO NOT BOTHER... IT'S A WASTE OF MONEY! :thumbs: