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Old 11-17-2005, 12:42 PM
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okay guys, i'm done with my set up now, and i need to do something with my fuel cutoff when i receive boost, my MAp sensor is still un molested and and my ecu also, now whats the best way to get my motor to be able to accept boost other than tuning it and how much does it usually cost to tune anyways?? i have a t25 set up in my car with a first gen bov and a vortech 12:1 fmu with a side mount IC.

when i get to about 6lbs of boost my chck eng light turns on and my fuel is cut and it boggs like a bitch and auto revs in neutral, if possible i wanna take out my FMU, but in order to do that what do i need to do
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Old 11-17-2005, 01:06 PM
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1- this question belongs to the Engine Management destion of this forum so post it there
2- give more info about your setup
3- read more search more they are your best friend
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Old 11-17-2005, 02:52 PM
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4. You're probally right, ditch the fmu, especially if you want to make sure your engine lasts. I think that anyone you ask that is knowledgable on the subject will tell you the same thing, that the tuning is a very important part in the success of your setup, and the engines health.

good luck with the setup, have fun and be smart
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