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Old 05-04-2010, 02:34 PM   #51 (permalink)
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I hope you find the solution. I'm out of ideas since it doesn't make sense after what you've tried so far hasn't worked. I doubt it's the RPS flywheel because I had that on my car and it never gave me problems. I have a chromoly flywheel on there now and I'll see how I like it once everything is put back together. The wait for parts almost never ends.
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Old 05-07-2010, 06:36 PM   #52 (permalink)
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got most of the stall tuned out. i do occasionaly stall when dealing with 1st gear and believe i need a new bov. thru more manipulation of the biss and dashpot i have a 950 idle with dashpot kicking in at 2200(per manual). ill try higher rpms someday but this is fun again and a lot less embarassing! ill re-tune with a new bov when i decide what to get. im confident i can make her perfect after the break-in. 300 down, 200 to go.

i finally even showed off to the dealer today when picking up another dozen plenum gaskets. ive got that proud feeling again!
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Old 05-10-2010, 04:04 PM   #53 (permalink)
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This is funny, my car is opposite. When I drive like 2000rpm, and than press clutch my rpm goes to 2500 and stajs for 5-7 seconds, and that drop to 700 and go back to 1000rpm.

Have also rps fw, and new ISC. But I am not sure if I put corectly TPS. What do you guys think about that.
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Old 09-05-2011, 04:50 PM   #54 (permalink)
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sorry, i know the thread is old, but did anyone figure this out? I have the same problem.
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Old 09-05-2011, 05:44 PM   #55 (permalink)
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Also, make sure your throttle cable isn't too loose as well.
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Old 09-06-2011, 12:10 AM   #56 (permalink)
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sorry, i know the thread is old, but did anyone figure this out? I have the same problem.
Have you tried adjusting the dashpot? The purpose of it is to slow down the throttle body when you push in the clutch/shift so the throttle plate doesn't "slam" shut causing the engine to stumble/die.

My adjustment screws backed out on me twice which is like having no dashpot. It would die on me every time I would throw it in Neutral while coasting or coming to a stop with the clutch pressed in. Threw some teflon tape on the threads and it hasn't backed out since.

Also check to make sure your dashpot is functioning properly. A damaged diaphram will cause the rod to have no resistance which will make the rod "stick" or return back to its original position very slowly.
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Old 09-06-2011, 08:37 AM   #57 (permalink)
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i was able to cure the stall by adjusting the dashpot, and idle. might have been a minor boost leak in there that i did too but keep going and you'll get it. dont mess with the sas or it will be even hard to tune.

to be honest i even bought a new tb from mitz with all the sensors tuned and it still did it so adjustments werre made(idle/dashpot, do not touch the sas or tps) and now it happens about once per day. i can live with that but all the heel toe driving was starting to suck. j
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This is funny, my car is opposite. When I drive like 2000rpm, and than press clutch my rpm goes to 2500 and stajs for 5-7 seconds, and that drop to 700 and go back to 1000rpm.

Have also rps fw, and new ISC. But I am not sure if I put corectly TPS. What do you guys think about that.
This issue happened to me, it would stay at like 2000RPM until id get down to like 10MPH or something, drove me nuts, it was the idle controller switching between functioning and not functioning
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Old 11-14-2011, 01:01 PM   #59 (permalink)
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+1 on IAC. Does the car raise in RPMs at idle? Like go up and then down randomly. Kinda like the car is taking deep breaths?
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+1 on IAC. Does the car raise in RPMs at idle? Like go up and then down randomly. Kinda like the car is taking deep breaths?
haha now that's a whole nother can of worms right there...you could have too high of fuel pressure or a bad tune and get that, with my ARC2 in my car does that because my AFPR - which i didn't know at the time is made for ridiculously upgraded track cars and the fuel pressure doesn't even go below 50psi
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