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Old 12-13-2010, 03:44 PM
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Sorry to dig up an old thread, but I was thinking about your issue and I'm glad it was resolved.

I may get ahold of you...if you're willing to sell that core, I may use it for R&D purposes.

Let me know, its not doing anything for me but sitting on my bench. I would love to be able to fix it but I dont know how...
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Let me know, its not doing anything for me but sitting on my bench. I would love to be able to fix it but I dont know how...
Email me with a price.
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Old 12-14-2010, 02:41 PM
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Re: Throttle Body Help

After your computer re-reprogramed itself and you lost some power, did your MPG numbers drop as well?
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After your computer re-reprogramed itself and you lost some power, did your MPG numbers drop as well?
No actually the MPGs stay up pretty well, I am averaging 19 with 60 hwy and 30% city, 10% idleing ( wife likes it warm in the morning) so all in all I would say it was a great investment. there is still more power then my stock unit, but who knows how long my stock unit has been going bad. I would deffinetly recomend it to anyone..
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Re: Throttle Body Help

Wow... averaging 19mpgs? Interesting, thank you for the reply.
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Re: Throttle Body Help

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After your computer re-reprogramed itself and you lost some power, did your MPG numbers drop as well?
You should not be losing power after the adaptives take effect. A well-done tune (along with sensors operating within their own respective tolerances) will have minimal interference from the adaptives, because the programming is close to what the engine wants.

Adaptives interfering with the tune typically means that the fuel trims are skewed, meaning that there needs to be another tuning done in closed loop driving.
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