Like I said, puting the resistor in the Intake Air temp sensor tricks the computer into thinkin there is colder, denser air coming in so it will advance the timing and give a little more fuel. I´m sure if i tried that out here in the desert right now I wouldn´t get to much gain from it since the engine is sucking in 115+ degree air. Telling the computer it is sucking 35 degree air might just mak it too rich for what there is really enough oxegen for. But then again, I haven´t tried it, so I´m not sure what exactly would happen. I´m sure the gain won´t be too noticable, but if you have access to a local drag strip or a dyno, then make som passes without the resistor, and them with, and compare. The theory makes sense, but it´s one of those you never know till you try things. Also, since the timing curve will be advanced more you might need to bump up your octane a bit to prevent pinging. Resistors are cheap, so give it a try, and if it doesn´t work, your out a buck or two. still less then what they want on ebay. Or here´s an idea, buy a variable resistor, then you can change the resistance a little at a time without have to plug in a new resistor.