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    1. Member Norwegian-VR6's Avatar
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      07-06-2007 02:38 AM #76
      The wideband said that I had a AFR around 10.5-11-.5 under 10 psi. Full boost at 3200 rpm.
      So I have bought a new fpr. 3 bar. Then we will see how it runs.
      Reason why it is a 4 bar there now is because my old Z-Charger want it>)
      Anyhow, Ive driven 2 full tanks off fuel in 2 days.
      And shifting from 2nd - 3rd and 3rd-4rd gear its like the ignition turn off for a sec. It hasitates... Like it doesnt get any fuel. The wideband said around 10 on the AFR.
      Maybe it gets TO much fuel? Strange it does not happen from 1st-2'nd gear?
      But other than that, it has driven like a dream.
      Modified by Norwegian-VR6 at 8:52 AM 7-6-2007


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    2. 07-06-2007 09:09 AM #77
      yea mine does the same thing. i', just going to chalk it up to chip tuning. it is really annoying though. I gotta figure something out thoug because I cruise with two other vrt (both FMU style fueling) and they run much better than my c2 set-up at the moment. I'm working on figuring it out.

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      07-06-2007 09:21 AM #78
      Anyone have any idea's on the matter?
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    4. 07-06-2007 09:27 AM #79
      standalone? j/k hopefully it can be resolved with more plug gap experimenting. however after doing some research it looks like a pretty common issue with our software. If you read the kinetic thread (the big one) you hear many people speaking about the same problem. I think i'm going to try some new plugs sometime soon. Just dont have the time to mess with it all the time.

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      07-06-2007 09:49 AM #80
      I use 0.024 plug gap right now. I think it can be two things.
      Either it is the MAF that gets to much air BACK in the system when the Bosch valve lets the air back. Or it gets to much fuel..


      Modified by Norwegian-VR6 at 7:56 PM 7-6-2007
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      07-07-2007 12:47 PM #81
      Pusching 13.7PSI now And the AFR is around 10.5 - 11.5 from 3200 - 7000 rpm Its sweet
      Got some candy in the mail today:


      It should actually say: OLD VW'S NEVER DIE, THEY ONLY GO FASTER..
      Its in German, so Im not sure what it says...
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      07-08-2007 01:21 AM #82
      Hmmm, I need to get a few of those

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      07-18-2007 10:32 AM #83
      I had some hesitation issues before. Reason why, was because off the 4 bar fpr that was in. I knew about it, and got it changed today.
      The Bosch 044 pump is in "ITS CRAZY LOUD".
      Running 18 psi now, and its running abit rich. Around 11 in AFR.
      But its ALOT quicker and better to drive,l just by changing from 4-3 bar FPR.
      Thanx C2 Motorsports and this forum for making my car what it is today.
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    9. 07-18-2007 11:28 AM #84
      good to hear! get that sucker on the rolles and see what she is making!

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      07-31-2007 04:38 PM #85
      Here is a clip from the car on idle.
      Does my 044 fuel pump sound as it should?
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AL_ROQwQubs
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    11. 08-01-2007 01:04 AM #86
      Sounds normal. Loud, but perfectly normal.

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      08-13-2007 04:58 PM #87
      Thanx for the answer.
      Strange thing now, is that when I hit 4000rpm on third, forth and fifth gear the car looses power and does not pull as hard as it should.
      First and second is perfectly fine...
      I havent pressure tested anything, so I might have a vacum leak somewhere. Right now I have the 6psi Tial spring, and are running 15 psi with the Kinetic MBC.. Maybe that is my issue?
      FPR is a brand new 3 bar.
      I have a new blue 15psi spring on my desk, that I havent installed yet.
      Anyone?
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    13. 08-14-2007 12:21 AM #88
      15psi WG spring? I run 11psi and its a lot of boost for daily driving.

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      08-14-2007 09:06 PM #89
      11.6 PSI.... Something is wrong when I get 3 gear....
      http://youtube.com/watch?v=wM9BHaGAXw8
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      08-22-2007 05:03 PM #90
      New clutch kit and a 15 PSI spring is on my desk. Incase the Sachs sport clutch that I have now, decide to retire..
      Sachs Race Engineering pressure plate with organic disk.
      Sachs say the disk takes 420 lbs/ft






      Re gapped my plugs from 0.24 to 0.22 today. Seemed to work alot better. But on second gear, all the boost comes on like a bottle off ketchup
      Ive had some trouble in third gear and up. Like there is not much power left from 4000 - 5000 rpm's
      After regap, it seems to be better. But not like I was expecting it to be. I see no reason to push the engine over 5500 - 6000 rpm. No power to gain over there.

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      08-22-2007 05:14 PM #91
      And so you guys know im using 2 year old red ABD 8.5mm plug wires...
      Can it be them, that are wrong? I did an inspection/cleaning on them 2 weeks ago, and didnt find any damage I could see with the eye.
      They dont fit "to fat" where the OEM wires are. Maybe I have something going on there then.. ?
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      08-22-2007 09:01 PM #92
      Quote, originally posted by Norwegian-VR6 »
      And so you guys know im using 2 year old red ABD 8.5mm plug wires...
      Can it be them, that are wrong? I did an inspection/cleaning on them 2 weeks ago, and didnt find any damage I could see with the eye.
      They dont fit "to fat" where the OEM wires are. Maybe I have something going on there then.. ?

      Is it running rich where the power loss happens?

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      08-23-2007 04:05 AM #93
      Yes, its running rich. Mid 10's low 11"s on AFR
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      09-05-2007 03:14 PM #94
      No dyno yet. Ive had some troubles after 4500 - 5000 rpm from 4th - 5th gear. Seems like the engine is loosing power.. I guess its a typical boost leak. So I need to take a pressure test.
      Right now, Ive been driving for three weeks with 17.5 psi, and its great. No issue's. Vag Com had no faults.
      Pretty cool, when Vag Com found my engine. It said: AAA VR6 Turbo C2 Motorsports
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    20. 09-05-2007 03:20 PM #95
      good to hear things are going well. Let me know how you like the new clutch after you get a chance to get some miles on it. i wonder if you are just pulling timing in the higher gears because of the size of the turbo and it reading the high IAT. If you can do some logs of you IAT in 4th and 5th and I will do the same except i'm only running 1 bar of boost. I'm putting togeather a post right now thats comparing the IAT with stock manifold compared to my custom SRI that I will be installing shortly.

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      09-05-2007 03:25 PM #96
      IAT = ?
      MSN?


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    22. 09-05-2007 03:50 PM #97
      IAT=intake air temperature, among other sensors they controll timing.

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      09-05-2007 03:55 PM #98
      Vag - Com said 57 C on the intake....
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      09-07-2007 03:59 PM #99
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    25. 09-07-2007 05:38 PM #100
      Simply beautiful, nice work Kristian.

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