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Old 09-24-18, 08:53 AM   #151
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I think I've tried enough maps to feel like I can point at a hardware issue now. I've never had a hard time starting an E85 car when hot!
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Old 09-25-18, 04:11 AM   #152
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If it makes you feel better my car starts like crap, and always has. Oh, and <50F... HAH. Good luck. So frustrating
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Old 09-25-18, 05:44 AM   #153
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That's not right... Honestly, Kevin's car is the only one I've had issues with. I've tried a crap ton of maps to correct it and it does not get better. With every other car, they start fine cold or hot... Except my car... It doesn't like to start under 95F, but that's because I'm lazy and only drive it when it's warm out.


https://www.youtube.com/v/0IWo_jDAMNQ
This one is like 11F


This one was probably 2F
https://www.youtube.com/v/q03jcEAHNkE
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Old 09-30-18, 09:55 AM   #154
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^ yeah like jason said, this is really bad. its so annoying when you get in and it cranks 7 times before it starts.
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Got my new FPR! Aristocrat Motorsports was having a deal on Radium stuff so I picked up the one I wanted.




its scalable so if I want to go higher, I can always order 8AN and 6AN fittings. they included all hardware for the stock lines like I'm running and -8 ORB fitting so no more leak.

the turbosmart one I have just used threaded inserts and Jason and myself could always smell ethanol in the engine bay.
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Old 09-30-18, 09:58 AM   #156
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Also did a boost leak test and found I had 2 major leaks, one out of the GM EBCS and the new Forge BPV. Decided to check the compressor wheel for fun. I love ball bearing turbos

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So you were getting a leak on the EBCS screws? I didn't think those went through to the scroll?
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So you were getting a leak on the EBCS screws? I didn't think those went through to the scroll?
No. it was on the nipple to the EWG.
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My bad... Looked at our messages. I was thinking the MAF threads.
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So finally fixed my warm start issue. I installed my new radium FPR last weekend, but sprang a leak at my fuel filter. The fuel filter location was always a temporary solution and I needed to build a bracket for it.

so we did today

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