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Old 06-07-2004, 08:09 PM   #19
tverdek
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Join Date: Jan 2004
Chapter/Region: MWSOC
Location: Richmond Heights,MO
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2000 RS/WRX swap
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Default rrfpr?

Could t have something to do with the rrfpr? I have noticed that with my '00 that the "rev limiter" is pretty sloppy in the sense that if you stay with your foot planted (even for 2 secs, as indicated earlier)it is a really fast on/off phenomena as the revs fall then go up then fall, etc. Does the boost drop off when this happens? Or if not does it fluctuate a different rate than the ecu fuel cut? Since boost is controlling fuel pressure with a rrfpr- which ultimately is controlling amount of fuel in the cylinder- could it be that the nature of the rev limiter coupled with a crude fuel managment lead to a lean condition? Oh, and I have NO experience with turbo cars, just been reading and trying to throw an idea out there
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