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Default 2A85 code after installing VRSF RACE exhaust - 05-17-2019, 08:21 AM

Anyone from the Burger team had issues exhaust side of engine after exhaust work. My engine has 75k no issues what so ever until 3-5 days after installing the straight piped.
I am wondering if the increased flow and no back pressure except from the twin scroll is cause a issue.

Randonly it is throwing a 2ded code or increased voltage code. I've searched around wires in the back by the exhaust side.though I may have clipped one with the beauty cover.

Just hope timing chain guide isn't cracked or broken. Vanos bolts backed off or snapped. Ledges.

Again, never had and issue until the this exhaust not sure if it's just coincidence or?

Any ideas. I thought maybe adjusting the 02 sensor fix.
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Default 05-17-2019, 11:52 PM

I’ve never seen exhaust work cause issues like that : /

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Default 06-03-2019, 09:23 AM

I agree. I was hoping it was just a coincidence. Also, the code that the scanner gives you doesn't accurate ly describe the code. It's an electric Al code. It's happening now with both new position sensors installed and wires generally checked for fraying, broken etc and voltage checked. Under high rpm specific ally in manual mode. My ting is advanced about 22degrees. Idk if that's the issues. Still diagnosis i.
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