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Old 03-26-2021, 05:06 PM   #15
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lol.....thanks chewie...remove the belt, got it.
I've decided already on the throttle body option.
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lol.....thanks chewie...remove the belt, got it.
I've decided already on the throttle body option.
Good luck! I know.... turbo takes up all that working room
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I got some pictures to add to this thread
1st picture: Overlook
2nd picture: The hose (in red) connects to the solenoid, helpful for tracing it.
3rd picture: (From the back of the Intake Manifold) 2 Hoses from the solenoid and the nut you need to take off to push the solenoid forward
4th picture: Here is what it looks like after pushing it forward. As you can tell, one of the hoses is just barely hanging on. (4 years of being boosted and 8 psi)
Unfortunately this did not solve my fuel trim problems but at least they are clamped now.

Instructions on how to get there: Credit: @YamahaR86
1. Disconnect MAF and MAP sensors.
2. Remove intake pipe
3. Remove throttle body (disconnect connector and push it to the side)
4. Disconnect blue connector on back of manifold, you can use this as a reference on where the EVAP is.
5. Remove 10mm nut in the back of the manifold holding in the EVAP (don't drop it)
6. Move the long hose directly under the throttle body out of the way
7. Reach in the back of the manifold and push the EVAP out
8. I managed to use worm clamps on both hoses and the one directly underneath the throttle body (this one was a bit tricky). If using other clamps, it's 9/16 I believe.
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@ShadowReaper I’ve been boosted for almost 3 years now and have always avoided this process but you have explained it in the easiest way possible and I finally did it lmao, huge thank you!
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@ShadowReaper Iíve been boosted for almost 3 years now and have always avoided this process but you have explained it in the easiest way possible and I finally did it lmao, huge thank you!
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Old 02-26-2022, 11:28 AM   #20
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Is the 5lb boost produced by a Phantom Electric Supercharger enough to cause this problem?
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Is the 5lb boost produced by a Phantom Electric Supercharger enough to cause this problem?
Just saw your post I never had this issue even with the twin set up. But it could be possible. Seen that most kits start around 7psi and that's what I was pushing.

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Is that why I couldnít get my car dynoíed correctly???

The person that tunes my car said it was my cam gears thatís not working properly. Therefore, it it kept going back to ď0Ē every time the tuner reflashes it while on the dyno.

Iím not convince itís the cam gears cause I can still drive it as we speak on daily basis as it is on a base map nothing to Crazy he got it up to 230whp on 10psi. Which my car has so much more potential since itís a built motor.
Hi, did you ever find out what the real issue that was limiting your power was ? Was it related to this hose issue ?
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