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Old 23-02-14, 05:57 PM   #21
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Old 23-02-14, 07:30 PM   #22
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that is an 8 valve and i didn,t think they had them in 2005. according to your chassis number RHZ its the right engine. get an 8v map into it and start from there.
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that is an 8 valve and i didn,t think they had them in 2005. according to your chassis number RHZ its the right engine. get an 8v map into it and start from there.
So if it's got a 16v ecu it can be changed via maps
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It wont have a 16 valve ecu as it is an 8 valve from new going by the engine code.

Only way it could have a 16 valve ecu is if someone has fitted it and somehow got it to work but why bother 8 valve ecus are easy to find !!
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Old 24-02-14, 07:04 AM   #25
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Don't no if this helps

Manifold pressure 28 psi
Afr 79 - with foot to floor in 4th

Aft on acceleration peak 92
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If that means boost pressure then 28psi is too high and that's why boost is dropping off the ecu is stopping it
28psi is nearly 2 bar my fire breathing Subaru does not even make 2 bar on both turbos !!
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Old 24-02-14, 04:55 PM   #27
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Yea it's boost..

Just watching it in 3rd gear low rpm foot down it spikes at 36psi drops to 20psi and builds boost back up to 28psi

Afr on tick over is 16 on acceleration anywhere from. 70 - 92 which is stupid high I thought..

Guys coming back tomorrow who remapped it..

What psi should it be set to safely 25psi?

Afr is too high but could be the 16v map on there..

We will soon see
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Old 28-02-14, 11:21 PM   #28
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Okay remap guy remove map and reinstalled safe to say the remap he wrote was corrupted..

Still loosing boost pressure tho

Any ideas? Pipes fine and tight new intercooler..

Don't know what else to check/ change
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