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Old 06-21-2013, 07:36 PM   #1
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RPM issue

Only posting this here cause i have twin turbo and maybe someone here can help me...

So I have a front mount twin turbo system that the RPMs are basically stuttering between the 2-3k range... If I keep pressing the gas eventually it will power through. Someone was telling a friend of mine that if you tank the MAF off and do something to it, that it will fix this issue. He said that you had to remove a flap... well I dont see any obvious flap on the MAF... Granted I will get the car retuned because I have had issues with the car ever since i let HPS put the system in and cant get them to fix it. Long story...

Has anyone ever heard about doing this or know what I am talking about?
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Old 06-21-2013, 08:00 PM   #2
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Do you have a crankcase evac setup? Make sure you do.

Could also be in the tune. Nothing needs cut off your MAF.
2011 SS IOM Vert. ECS Vortech 13+ psi, Water/Meth, 2800 stall, LT headers, Drag radials, Drag alignment, Cradle Bushings. Tuned by Ted.
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Old 06-21-2013, 09:05 PM   #3

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also check your grounds... my car wouldn't rev above 2500 and would buck and kick wildly like I was learning to drive a stick for the first time. Turned out to be a loose ground on the passenger side head.
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