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Old 08-29-2007, 02:01 AM   #11
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John, put some of that Red RTV hi-temp snot on both sides of that sucker.

I think we're REALLY homing in on it. My biggest hope is that your car responds the same as mine did. It'll give me a little peace of mind.
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Well I watched my BLMs drop like a rock on the way to work today, down to 135 at times. I saw the Integrator go to 106 at WOT. Really rich. The best part was putting it in park at work. It went to 150 for just a couple seconds. Then dropped a point every second down to 143 where I shut it off.
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I ditched the EGR gasket because my BLMs weren't getting below 135. I used red RTV around the mating sufaces of the tube flanges instead. One day later my idle BLM is 128, but the rest are staying between 130 and 140 mostly.
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You won.

With no AFC. Keep an eye on it while I gloat about tuning mechanically, not digitally.

Well done!
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Another thing. I saw 14 degrees of timing at WOT. I've never seen better than 12 before that I can remember.
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Nice to see it responding so well. You'll be in good shape to drop another pulley as soon as I get this LIM back to you.

Both of our cars are now responding the same to this setup for the first time since we started this headache.

(up until someone invented 87 octane, anyway)
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