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Old 03-29-2011, 11:23 PM   #1
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Anyone using the anti-stall feature with any success on the emb?
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Old 03-30-2011, 09:01 AM   #2
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I used it for a while on my '97 subaru turbo install. It worked pretty well. Then I lengthened the pipe between the MAF and turbo another 6 inches and that solved my idle droop issue. Airflow is a strange beast.
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I'm gonna try that tonight. /\
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It worked! I just added some length to the inlet pipe and presto, no more droop. Thanks again!
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Ha! that's nuts, I'm glad it worked for you too! I lived with the droop for a couple years until figuring that out by chance. The extra pipe looked ugly but it worked.
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Here's a pic, my whole ic build thead is in diy turbo.
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Can you guys explain me how to get the anti stall working in the emb. Mine is wired in the car but the feature in the emb isn't available to select??? The feature is shadowed in the selectable menu. I have a 1993 rhd.

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I don't have the emanage software on this laptop, but I'm pretty sure you have to check box it in an options menu somewhere.
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I don't have the emanage software on this laptop, but I'm pretty sure you have to check box it in an options menu somewhere.
yeah, im pretty sure too because after reviewing all the feature boxes, the anti-stall is selectable in the menu but it is shadowed and cannot be clicked on. Might it be in the jumper settings???
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Have you setup your TPS with the "throttle setting" in the parameters?
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