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post #16 of 26 Old 09-19-2013, 08:11 AM
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Put the OEM BPV on there. If you don't have one, find one.

When doing a log, be on a level surface and when you are MASH the fookin gas at around 2800-2900 rpms and all the way up to just before redline.... don't just gradually go into it.

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here is my new log, its hard to get a good strip of road arouind here, hopefully this one is better. the last time i was told by cobb my dam was supposed to be 16 and it is still 11, i hope this is due to the ecu learning the new map. oh and it seams i am hitting target boost not sure how to read the rest of this stuff so any help would be coo!

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Your datalog looks fine, but you should log in 3rd gear and do a pull from 2500 rpm's to redline that way you will get a better read out of performance.

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^this.... I gave you directions in my previous post.
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like i said not much flat road around here, this pull is in third gear at wot from about 2.5k-4.8k. its the best i could do. maybe ill see if i can get it to redline next week. thanks for the input and the patience.
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well cobb reviewed my log and it seams that the dam is too low. when i asked if it could be a bov issue they said it could be. it was recomended that i see a mechanic. hopefully it is just the bov and nothing more expensive! anyway thanks fer all the help, and if anyone has any other comments or suggestions, good or bad that would be cool!
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I was having problems with my aftermarket bov, threw the stock one back on and problems went away. Aftermarket bov...... FTL!

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what kind of problems were u having with your bov when u had it on exactly?
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Air leaking through. Common problems with aftermarket bovs

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This thread is giving me AIDS.
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