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Default Need help maybe bad injectors??? - 08-17-2019, 08:44 AM

I have attached a log, I have changed spark plugs and coils. I can not do a full pull without going into limp mode. I have a 335xi n54 upgraded pure stage 2 turbos with full bolt ons with upgraded inlets this pull I was running 6 gallons of E85. I have xhp stage 3 trans flash and use jb4 custom hybrid turbo E85 backend flash.
Im thinking it might be the injectors because I get a check engine light for misfire in cylinder 6 often and 4 sometimes. I have index 9 and I know index 12 is suggested for tuned cars.

Any other ideas or is it bad injectors?
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Default 08-19-2019, 11:43 AM

Let the car sit overnight- pull the plugs & see if any are wet w. gasoline. If yes, then I'd say injectors

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