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Default What am I looking at? - 12-29-2021, 09:36 AM

I know I didn't do the pull from third to fourth but the speed limit here is on the low side. Can anyone tell me if it looks okay?
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Default 12-29-2021, 11:32 AM

Log looks pretty good for the most part. Trims are getting pretty far apart as you get closer to the top end. AFR's are staying fine though.
How many miles does the car have? Are you by chance running a burble/pop setting as well? Bank 1 O2 looks like it may be clogged/burnt and may be trying run a bit more rich than normal.


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Default 12-29-2021, 11:58 AM

I'll give a quick run down on the car. 2008 bmw 335xi. 224,000 miles. I did not walnut blast. Grabbed a pick, flathead screwdriver and shop vac with nozzle. Did that 100 miles ago or so. Just got done with my big project. It included a stage 2 LPFP, new stock turbos with upgraded wastegates from vargas, silicone inlets, upgraded outlet, high flow thing that leaves the turbo and BEF. It has a rough cold start which i believe is leaking injectors (1 and 3). Thanks for the quick reply.
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Default 12-30-2021, 11:47 AM

Could be quite a bit of things then. Check your injectors and check your O2's to start


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Default 12-30-2021, 06:07 PM

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I'll give a quick run down on the car. 2008 bmw 335xi. 224,000 miles. I did not walnut blast. Grabbed a pick, flathead screwdriver and shop vac with nozzle. Did that 100 miles ago or so. Just got done with my big project. It included a stage 2 LPFP, new stock turbos with upgraded wastegates from vargas, silicone inlets, upgraded outlet, high flow thing that leaves the turbo and BEF. It has a rough cold start which i believe is leaking injectors (1 and 3). Thanks for the quick reply.
Rough cold start could be HPFP or like you mentioned leaking injectors.

Let the car sit overnight & pull the plugs, if any are wet with fuel, those injectors will need to be replaced.


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Default 12-31-2021, 08:51 AM

You guys are awesome. My brother showed up last night and took her for a spin. He said I'm definitely faster than his '16 LT1 Camaro. She went into trans limp mode after a boost launch but I think it's just high mileage and worn. Maybe I should just get a car to build instead of my daily. Thanks all of you.
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You guys are awesome. My brother showed up last night and took her for a spin. He said I'm definitely faster than his '16 LT1 Camaro. She went into trans limp mode after a boost launch but I think it's just high mileage and worn. Maybe I should just get a car to build instead of my daily. Thanks all of you.


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