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Default 11-23-2020, 02:59 PM

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Having issues with WOT. I recently installed the EWG wires thinking it would help, but they didn't. Pulls fine when pedal isn't depressed 100%. Even quick WOT stabs don't result in the orange trans light of shame. But, holding WOT for several seconds definitely results in stutters, CEL, rough idle/acceleration until I turn the car off.

Would've gotten a longer run, but don't want to break anything.

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I might suggest going with the 2 step colder plugs gapped to .022 and no wider. See if that solves your problem.


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Default 11-23-2020, 03:19 PM

Just FYI, the cables aren't doing anything unless you're messing with the duty cycles.... just putting on the cables has no effect on the car positive or negative.
edit.. I'm not sure what Terry's response was on the other post but I think I see a disparity between Trims, check your fuel wires, one might not be making good connection.
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Originally Posted by Stiletto
Having issues with WOT. I recently installed the EWG wires thinking it would help, but they didn't. Pulls fine when pedal isn't depressed 100%. Even quick WOT stabs don't result in the orange trans light of shame. But, holding WOT for several seconds definitely results in stutters, CEL, rough idle/acceleration until I turn the car off.

Would've gotten a longer run, but don't want to break anything.

Map 2 (fuel wires and EWG wires)
93 Octane (Exxon, no winter gas in lower VA)
Intake, secondary *****, *** back, Jonny Tig merge pipe
Denso 5346 w/ ~12k miles on 'em (just ordered 5347s)

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Default 11-23-2020, 06:06 PM

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I might suggest going with the 2 step colder plugs gapped to .022 and no wider. See if that solves your problem.
Already on order. That, plus the 2580 chip, should help...or more troubleshooting will commence.
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Default 11-23-2020, 06:08 PM

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Just FYI, the cables aren't doing anything unless you're messing with the duty cycles.... just putting on the cables has no effect on the car positive or negative.
edit.. I'm not sure what Terry's response was on the other post but I think I see a disparity between Trims, check your fuel wires, one might not be making good connection.
I presume you mean the EWG harness? I adjusted the settings according the instructions in the EWG harness thread.
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Default 11-23-2020, 06:27 PM

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Just FYI, the cables aren't doing anything unless you're messing with the duty cycles.... just putting on the cables has no effect on the car positive or negative.
edit.. I'm not sure what Terry's response was on the other post but I think I see a disparity between Trims, check your fuel wires, one might not be making good connection.
The default EWG settings allow the EWG cables to do their job, no customized settings are needed or in most cases even suggested.


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Default 11-23-2020, 08:02 PM

Can someone help with the fuel wire ADAPTER for the 2.0 stinger? Is the signal wire to puncture the RED, OR the black wire on position 2?
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Default 11-25-2020, 10:57 AM

Black wire on spot2 for the 2L. Red wire for 3.3L and 1.6L.


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