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Finally had it dyno'd today at LS by dyno Mike! Pushed 52.9 and 46.1. Very pleased with the results ;). BUT Mike and I were having some trouble trying to figure out a little hickup in the first 1500-2500 rpm range that will cause it to die if hit just right....He would dump a bunch of fuel in it then and it would get a little better (even tried negatives and that was worse), we are thinking it might have something to do with my tps sensor or something involving my TB. It's a +3 from DL, I'm gonna try and tear it out sometime this week and make sure everything is set up right and give it a run again in a week or so. Any thoughts on the problem would be appreciated :thumbsup:
 

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If you don't wreck, you don't ride
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Ya I did it on my own. Didn't really follow it lol may have to step by step this time ;)
 

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When you put your TB together did you set your TPS? You can just bolt that thing up to your new throttle body, it needs to be calibrated with a volt meter.
 

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No I never did. Don't have a volt meter, didn't realize it mattered all that much. Shows me how much I know :lol:
 
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