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#46 Old 11-09-2013, 09:31 PM
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true true. ill let u guys know what it is if anyone's interested. prob this week.
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Okay so what do you have done to the car currently? I.e. tune, exhaust, intake, bov. Everything your describing doesn't make sense.

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noticed hesitation
tune up and intake swap-to cobb intake
some bucking according to my dad still hesitation.
again looked at, found nothing
stage 1 flash
hesitation still bucking according to my dad, i didnt notice it. datalog showed a low IAM (DAM)
again brought in, wastegate adjusted and bov disabled, seemed better
on the way to get my new bpv in started to buck bad going into 3rd.
new bpv
still showing low IAM (at 11)
still bucking pretty good.

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stock bpv (not a mod but...)
cobb stage 1 93 oct.
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And you are running 93, yes?

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Nothing but 93 oct
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Do you wanna sell your blow off valve? Or are you going to use it when you figure out your problem.
I've always wanted one of those types since I was like ten. They sound cool!
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OK i called up subaru and they said it might be the MAF sensor said to run it w/o the sensor plugged in and see it the problem persists. gonna try this tomorrow. anyone do this b4?f? does this make sense?

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took my car to the shop today and found my problem was a dirty MAF sensor. I get the car tomorrow hopefully, problem solved. y my other mechs didnt diagnose this is beyond me, oh well we'll see tomorrow.
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