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Old 11th June 2011, 04:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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engine fault or maybe fueling? not a clue

just been out in my r33 gtr,did have some problems with it before, never put the cam sensor in the right spot, out by 2 degrees.as i was trying to find what was wrong with it i messed with the hks adj fuel reg(i know i shouldn't but i did) anyway i reset up the timing and it was "liveable" just to get me back over the pond.(i'm in the forces in germany) can't and won't trust any one over here to mess with it.

taken it out today for a cruise,every time i come on half,full boost,it stutters while boosting then runs crap when you come of the boost/throttle.

i have a wide band lamda sensor and thats what i've been working off, told to run 14 on tick over and should be 11 while boosting,but its not.

since its been "sorted"(or so i thought) its had a major service minus cam belt
which i'm planning on having done when i get the fueling right(thats what i think it is anyway)when i'm back in uk

i can't really drive back to the west midlands from germany with it like this, sitting about 60mph or worse still damage the engine.
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Old 11th June 2011, 06:20 PM   #2 (permalink)
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i would have it transported back to your trusted garage, if you wont let any one else tutch it. (i would have done the same)

call your cartransportation company, and ask for a quote. it will properly be worth it over letting a "random" company work on your car

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Old 11th June 2011, 09:09 PM   #3 (permalink)
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FOUND OUT WHAT IT IS, i'm running over 4bar of fuel pressure BACK to the fuel tank(thats where i have my fuel guage on my fuel return)(and yes i know i'm a di_khead). so its massively over fueling like hell.

AGAIN
RK TUNING has came to the rescue

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