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Old 07-21-2015, 08:11 PM   #2381
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Interesting.
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Old 07-21-2015, 08:50 PM   #2382
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@blackfireball5 I have rust in that same spot, will do this mod. Thanks!
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Old 07-22-2015, 10:46 AM   #2383
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Shouldn't that rust be covered under warranty?
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Old 07-22-2015, 10:51 AM   #2384
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Shouldn't that rust be covered under warranty?
It wouldn't hurt to ask I guess.

But honestly I just got this thing set so that it isn't leaking at that seal anymore. I'd rather have minor rust there than have to deal with all the nonsense over again. lol.
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Old 07-23-2015, 11:48 AM   #2385
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Uploaded my flash and go tune by delicioustuning and my car stalls at idle or feels like going to stall
4 bar fbm map sensor
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What u guys think?
was this short lived? I had the same issue with my wife's but after a few start/stops it was better. A few of the Subaru's do this after resetting the ecu/flash for the first bit, I'm only guessing its a ecu learning kinda thing
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Old 07-23-2015, 12:41 PM   #2386
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was this short lived? I had the same issue with my wife's but after a few start/stops it was better. A few of the Subaru's do this after resetting the ecu/flash for the first bit, I'm only guessing its a ecu learning kinda thing
delcious sent me a map sensor and my car now runs properly with the flash and go kit. it did not work properly using the map sensor that fullblown provided me. but the tune fullblown provided me with there map sensor worked fine.
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Old 08-06-2015, 11:15 AM   #2387
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AC in texas

Does anyone have problem with AC blowing hot air in Texas after idling for while or stop and go traffic for too long?
I have the FBM radiator fan + shroud. The ambient temp was ususally about 97F+; however, same temp in a garage does not see problem like this. Is this something a tune can fix?
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Is this something a tune can fix?
Nope. The only way to fix it would probably be to add a pusher fan to the A/C condenser. I had the same issue. I just accepted it.
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Does anyone have problem with AC blowing hot air in Texas after idling for while or stop and go traffic for too long?
I have the FBM radiator fan + shroud. The ambient temp was ususally about 97F+; however, same temp in a garage does not see problem like this. Is this something a tune can fix?
I have the same issue, I thought my ac had dried out.. Ran a test and all, everything was good.. Like King I just learned to accept it
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You are asking more of the system than it is designed for. Anything over 95deg F ambient air temp is outside the range of efficiency.
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Did some re-running of vacuum lines and hoses last night, as well as installed a vacuum distribution block, an ATP Turbo-Tap, and ran the top vent of my AOS to another silicone coupling. Anyone have any negative feedback on any of these? Not sure how well the Turbo-Tap will hold up (for now it works great), or if venting my AOS into the air intake will draw up oil into the turbo.
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If you give it gas and hold the revs at 1500 or 2k is it pretty smooth? Vac leak?

Make sure you have all the vaccuum lines correctly installed. IMO it was easier to run all the lines without the EBCS to make sure the car was running well. Then add the EBCS and tune for it. Start simple and then add to her.
This was just happening to my FBM set up and after speaking to my tuner he though I had a vacuum leak as well.

Drove the car up there and used his vacuum tester found out that it was the FBM intake pipe was leaking like a bitch where the MAF sensor mounts.

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1. the tapped holes to mount the MAF sensor are drilled straight into the intake pipe with leaks through both screw threads.

2. The MAF plate is far from level causing leaks past the O ring

I thinking of just throwing the intake pipe away or at least cutting it up and mounting a decent MAF sensor mounting plate that isn't uneven and drilled through
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@Jhood im using a turbo tap as well boosted 9PSI. so far so good
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a minor question, how do you guys deal with the overwhelming EWG noise on the daily basis? Would re-routing the wastegate dump tube back into downpipe decrease the noise significantly?
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