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Old 03-24-2023, 04:40 PM   #4817
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yoy just have to email edelbrock and ask them if they have a tune with your calibration.. lhd or rhd doesn t matter really the tune is the same, you need to find your current oem calibration
Thank you very much for your responed i have sent them email but they dont answer back and i want the kit yesterday i mean the kit will fit the same on rhd - lhd??

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Old 03-24-2023, 11:45 PM   #4818
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yoy just have to email edelbrock and ask them if they have a tune with your calibration.. lhd or rhd doesn t matter really the tune is the same, you need to find your current oem calibration
Does anyone have an email for them? Calling them is a stupid long wait.
Last time, almost two years ago now, they told me they didnít have a carb cert tune for 2020 cars.
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Old 03-25-2023, 06:55 AM   #4819
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best way to contact them is via the custom form in their website, they answered me pretty soon
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Old 04-11-2023, 07:28 AM   #4820
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I can't stop banging my head on the wall with this car...

After fixing the intake manifold gasket leak, all was well. About 3 weeks later (now), I start to notice sharp hesitations again while giving throttle. It started acting up in 6th gear on the highway going 75mph. Went to check my fuel trims and they are all over the place again. Long term at -14% and short term at 7% right as I pulled into a parking lot.

Something is occurring with my car as these are the same symptoms I experience at the end of last year. Is it possible the OEM gaskets cannot hold the boost pressure and create tears if feeding too much throttle? I know which road this will take me with these symptoms.

I'm not sure what else to do at this point except keep replacing the intake manifold gasket every 3 weeks...
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Old 04-11-2023, 08:21 AM   #4821
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ltft -14% while stft 7% doesn t mean necessarily that is bad.. don t you have a complete drive around log of your car? are you using their carb tune ?
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Old 04-11-2023, 08:32 AM   #4822
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ltft -14% while stft 7% doesn t mean necessarily that is bad.. don t you have a complete drive around log of your car? are you using their carb tune ?
I will take another log today. And no, I am using a custom tune from Zach.

I am under assumption that those trims mean I am running lean.
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Old 04-11-2023, 08:53 AM   #4823
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No, actually would be the contrary, a total sum of -7% means your commanded fuel injection is 7% higher than required
but in reality is neither lean or rich since you were just right in the parking lot, i assume you were near idle or low load anyway, so it was in closed loop and the ecu always adjust the afr to meet the target, using those two trims

but without a log is all an assumption, you d need to record a log of some random driving plus a full throttle 3rd gear pull from 2000rpm to redline
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I can't stop banging my head on the wall with this car...

After fixing the intake manifold gasket leak, all was well. About 3 weeks later (now), I start to notice sharp hesitations again while giving throttle. It started acting up in 6th gear on the highway going 75mph. Went to check my fuel trims and they are all over the place again. Long term at -14% and short term at 7% right as I pulled into a parking lot.

Something is occurring with my car as these are the same symptoms I experience at the end of last year. Is it possible the OEM gaskets cannot hold the boost pressure and create tears if feeding too much throttle? I know which road this will take me with these symptoms.

I'm not sure what else to do at this point except keep replacing the intake manifold gasket every 3 weeks...
Have you pressure smoke tested the car?
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Have you pressure smoke tested the car?
Yes, I used a 5psi smoke tester. It was not able to find the leak before I decided to replace the gasket. I assumed it was very small and got worse under higher pressures.
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Yes, I used a 5psi smoke tester. It was not able to find the leak before I decided to replace the gasket. I assumed it was very small and got worse under higher pressures.
Even a small tear can leak badly.

Make sure your MAF is not fouled up either; the filter provided by K&N tends to be over-oiled.
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Old 04-12-2023, 10:46 PM   #4827
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I don't think an undamaged OEM gasket would continually not hold pressure, with the regular sized pulley and clean/undamaged mating surfaces....or there'd be multiple posts about it in this Thread.

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Old 04-14-2023, 11:38 AM   #4828
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Just received the CEL code of P0507 - Idle Rpm higher than expected. Checked for air leaks found none after doing a smoke test. And my idle rpm's sit at 1,000 - 1,200. Any one encounter this situation before or know where to look? I'm also not sure if this is tuning related or not.
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that idle is too high and could interfere with vvt activation actually, do you have a log of your car?
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that idle is too high and could interfere with vvt activation actually, do you have a log of your car?

https://datazap.me/u/brandonblt2/hig...?log=0&data=31


I think VVT still activates but here is my log.
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