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  • Kenneth's Avatar
    Today, 04:28 AM
    Kenneth replied to a thread Running rich in Engine
    I wouldn't worry about the AFR cycling at this point, main thing is to get the intake and exhaust air-tight. When I pressure test, I go to around 30psi, using the flexible pipe on the top of the engine to the left (just after turbo outlets where it merges into 1 pipe) and then fill from there. At 30psi I find there are lots of things that can come out of the woodwork. I have had hose clamps on the pipes and throttle body, throttle body to plenum, plenum to engine, injector seals, BOV,...
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    Today, 03:51 AM
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    Today, 01:48 AM
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  • I-S's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:23 PM
    I-S replied to a thread Back in Jap! in General Chat
    Thanks. It is remarkable the number of armchair experts that are 100% certain that EVs are awful... so much so that there's absolutely no need to drive one to find out. My own experience (of Leaf owners, other EVs, Teslas) is that few people go back to ICE. There's a guy at my work who is absolutely kicking himself for taking a 3-year lease on a Merc CLA since i took him for a ride in the 3. His summer weekend toy is a Ferrari 360 (he's worked REALLY hard to buy his dream car, plus he made...
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  • TAR's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:06 PM
    TAR replied to a thread Back in Jap! in General Chat
    Wow! That was a long... and informative read. Thanks for posting. I frequent another car forum where the relative merits of electric vehicles has some very polar opinions, mostly from people who don't own one! It's refreshing to hear a real world view. And a whole years worth of posts in a single entry :happy:
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  • I-S's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:20 PM
    I-S replied to a thread Back in Jap! in General Chat
    Ok then... There's a huge amount to say but if you can't be bothered to read all that follows, TL;DR: Most awesome thing that I've ever bought or owned. We're now at 10 months and over 7000 miles (and would have been over 10k had it not been for lockdown), so got a good feel for how it is. Our car is a Model 3 Standard Range Plus (aka 3SR+), so it has a ~52kWh battery and a single motor driving the rear wheels. It is base specification, but that includes power and heated seats,...
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  • RXWPN's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:38 AM
    I'm in the process of building a new engine out of one of my spares that one will be opened up with forged internals etc. Will do all of the porting then but I'm happy how it goes at the moment for the money spent it was well worth it.
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  • Salvo's Avatar
    30-06-2020, 10:21 PM
    Salvo replied to a thread Engine rebuild in Engine
    You bet, at one point I was resigned to losing it, wasn't getting anywhere with it and fundamentally it had a few oil leaks and I was lucky to find a low mileage engine.
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  • TAR's Avatar
    30-06-2020, 10:15 PM
    TAR replied to a thread Engine rebuild in Engine
    Great news, I bet that's made you happy :happy:
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  • Salvo's Avatar
    30-06-2020, 09:25 PM
    Salvo replied to a thread Engine rebuild in Engine
    It's been a long wait but at last picking my car up on Thursday. Had a 60k kilometres engine fitted, new belts, hydraulic tensioner. Straight in for mot ,should sail through as no miles since last one but might stick some all weather klebers on.
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  • tig202's Avatar
    30-06-2020, 04:15 PM
    Hi All, long time no see! I've been away for quite some time and had many a different car in between! Now then, having some spare time on my hands I've uncovered a complete set of Pre-facelift VR-4 brake calipers. These were removed to make way for a set of Brembo's and were in an operational condition when removed. PRICE------- £make me an offer! Buyer to arrange collection/collection in-person welcome. Feel free to contact me tig_202@yahoo.co.uk Cheers all Steve
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  • Confused's Avatar
    30-06-2020, 12:47 PM
    Confused replied to a thread Running rich in Engine
    While you're there, replace the plenum gasket the final time you do up the bolts after helicoiling. Over the years of this being taken off and put back on, this gasket has likely been crushed, especially if someone has tried tightening up the plenum bolts so much that they've stripped the threads. Once you've sorted this air leak, disconnect the battery to reset the long term fuel trims, then see what happens again. You should find the oscillation on the narrowband between 0.1v (lean) and...
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  • sonnick84's Avatar
    30-06-2020, 10:15 AM
    sonnick84 posted a visitor message on sonnick84's profile
    Есть разные способы облагораживания потолка. Но, без сомнений, максимально простой, но при этом практичный и красивый это потолок натяжной. Он замечательно смотрится и в самой простой городской квартире и в шикарном коттедже с лепниной. Такой потолок вам установят в жилом помещении с минимум грязи и пыли за несколько часов! Цена зависит от площади, карнизов, количества углов, осветительных приборов, а также применяемого типа материала. Поглядите, какие бывают матовые потолки на кухне....
  • iftekhar.frt's Avatar
    30-06-2020, 09:04 AM
    iftekhar.frt replied to a thread Running rich in Engine
    I get the point that ecu in trying to adjust the AFR constantly. But the variance is not to my liking before all of this began I had the AFR vary by 0.2 for a specific scenario. Since this issue began in both the situations idling or cruising. the variation in AFR is almost 1.
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  • Davezj's Avatar
    29-06-2020, 10:36 PM
    Davezj replied to a thread Running rich in Engine
    a narrow band will constantly switch from rich to lean about the stoic point when the car is running normally. if you artificially create a vacuum leak at idle the narrow band will show lean constantly and the long term and short term fuel trims will come into play and gradually add more and more fuel to bring the AFR back to stoic even with the leek. as the fuel trims do there thing and adjust the fueling the narrow band out will show you the output going from constant max lean back towards...
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  • TAR's Avatar
    29-06-2020, 09:36 PM
    TAR replied to a thread Running rich in Engine
    The narrow band sensor output is interpreted by the ECU as either rich, stoic or lean. It can't tell by how rich or lean. A Stoic of 1 is the perfect burn for any fuel. If you were to try and watch it's output it would be constantly moving between the 3 states as the ECU tries to maintain a Stoic of 1. :happy:
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  • Braddy40's Avatar
    29-06-2020, 07:41 PM
    Ah,right. Thanks for the help, Cheers.
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  • sonnick84's Avatar
    29-06-2020, 07:34 PM
    sonnick84 posted a visitor message on sonnick84's profile
    Любая техника нуждается в техобслуживании, в том числе мотобайк. Мониторинг рабочих параметров, профессиональная замена изношенных деталей и технических жидкостей, это гарантия беспроблемной езды на большие расстояния. Совершенно неважно, откуда родом у вас мотоцикл, из Европы или Африки, вам необходимо найти нормальный мотосервис. Там вам не только помогут с ремонтом, но и проведут персональный тюнинг, а на зиму предложат теплую стоянку. Вам не понадобится думать о приобретении запасных...
  • galantnight's Avatar
    29-06-2020, 02:36 PM
    galantnight replied to a thread Running rich in Engine
    Am I right in saying that the AFR oscillating is correct ? I sure Gary said that’s how it is finding the correct AFR or have I forgot what you mean about it oscillating :(
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  • iftekhar.frt's Avatar
    29-06-2020, 11:54 AM
    iftekhar.frt replied to a thread Running rich in Engine
    The heli coil was an awesome suggestion. They are not available where I live. I'll probably order them and wait. I used a thin depth measure tool and found that the 2 long bolts (rear) had room to fit longer bolts. I used bolts that were 6mm more in length and for now they have been tightened. The hiss if there was is also gone. But the AFR oscillation is still there. I even tried disconnecting O2 sensor. The only 2 things that I can think of now are exhaust leak and bad ground.
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