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Old 10-22-2011, 12:16 AM   #1
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Default Idle miss and rough start after turbo install

So what i got is like an ebay godspeed kit. 20g mitsu turbo fmic fpr and a walbro pump at like 7 psi. When i was done i started it and let it idle. Ran perfect. I finished I then did all the vacuum lines and the fpr and a walbro pump. Still started easy and ran good. Did a few test pulls to get the boost and timing right i was pretty close, then it started idling shitty and doesnt want to start. Ive checked all charge piping 5 times. Then I replaced the wires gapped the plugs at .032. No change. Im thinking maybe the o2 sensor or maybe a coolant temp or something. It runs great under load and boosting, and its pretty quick but once it comes down to idle it starts missing, a random feeling miss not a dead cylinder. Im gona go through the motions tomorrow at work and test some sensors and even compression test it(even though i just did it before putting on the turbo) and spark test.

So I was just wondering if anyone can diagnose my car over the cpu cause im tired and frustrated.

ps it does run and drive as is just starts hard and idles like crap
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Old 10-22-2011, 01:03 AM   #2
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Sounds like vacuum leak.
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