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post #1 of 5 Old 08-05-2008, 04:01 PM Thread Starter
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vf39 Boost Issue Solved

So I finally got this issue solved by bringing the car in for a protune at precision tuning in Lakewood NJ. When installing the VF39 my uncle and I reattached the hose with the sti pill on the wrong side of the T housing. Therefore there was no pill where it should of been and not building any pressure. The tuner fixed this problem and did a cobb custom tune on my car putting down about 295awhp and 300awtq. Tune works great, car runs fast, everything fixed.
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awesome man...congrats on the new found power. must've been decent out when they did the tune. not all hot and humid
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tmic or fmic?
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A GM Boost Control Solenoid would have been an easy fix too. That and you can build boost faster with it.

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Actually it was about 95 degrees out so im hoping that the colder the more power it will produce, its a tmic, and the solenoid i have no clue about and couldn't afford to put anymore money into it.
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