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Old 07-30-2012, 09:50 PM   #141
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Be careful cleaning it I just used a q tip and lightly swiped the sensor very very very carefully untill all the carbon was gone.
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Re: Got it running! 331 Stroker Turbo

Did you get the windage tray with the DSS main girdle?All that aluminum really helps to dampen the harmonics, which in turn will help keep the main caps from "walking", which in turn will help keep the block from splitting.


A valley girdle would be a really good idea for when you up the boost. It will tie the top end together and supposedly with the DSS Main Support System help the block hold 600+ HP, IF, the engine is kept tuned properly and you don't just beat the crap out of it.
At least that's what I'm hoping it will do.
I'm also entertaining trying to build some other kind of home fabbed upper block stabilizer and I'm considering filling the bottom of the block with some Block Rock to stabilize it even further.
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Old 07-31-2012, 06:41 AM   #143
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The only support that came with the kit is in the pic below. I may pick up some more support but not until I get a new intake and heads. I'll do it all at the same time.



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Old 07-31-2012, 01:04 PM   #144
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The only support that came with the kit is in the pic below. I may pick up some more support but not until I get a new intake and heads. I'll do it all at the same time.
That's a steel support, so it won't do much for harmonics.


I would start looking for a Craigslist or eBay deal on the DSS Main Support System.
I found mine on eBay for a little less than half price, still NIB.


The system consists of the 3/4" thick aluminum main girdle and the aluminum windage tray.
The only gripe I had about the DSS pieces was that the windage tray needs a good bit of deburring and edge cleanup. Other than that they are well made pieces.
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Old 07-31-2012, 01:27 PM   #145
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Ah okay
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These are the codes I'm getting after hooking up a tester. Is any of this issue causing stuff?

dtc:34 insufficient egr flow or evp voltage high, pfe sensor voltage high, defective egr sensor.

dtc 67 neutral circuit failure
air diverter solenoid fault, intake air control circuit fault/air injection diverter

dtc85 cars canister purge solenoid circuit failure,shift solenoid 3/4 to 4/3
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Old 07-31-2012, 07:38 PM   #147
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I would say that is a definite problem... Time to do a lil cleaning I think. Idk why it says high voltage.. TH will decipher it.
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Old 07-31-2012, 07:42 PM   #148
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I'm told that if the EGR is stuck open it would mess my idle up.
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I'm told that if the EGR is stuck open it would mess my idle up.
yes it would. you should be ale to clean it up to.
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Old 07-31-2012, 07:45 PM   #150
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These are the codes I'm getting after hooking up a tester. Is any of this issue causing stuff?

dtc:34 insufficient egr flow or evp voltage high, pfe sensor voltage high, defective egr sensor.

dtc 67 neutral circuit failure
air diverter solenoid fault, intake air control circuit fault/air injection diverter

dtc85 cars canister purge solenoid circuit failure,shift solenoid 3/4 to 4/3
Ok first we need to know how you got the codes?
KOEO = Key On Engine Off
CM = Continuous Memory
KOER = Key On Engine Running


PFE = Pressure Feedback EGR sensor
EVP = EGR Valve Position sensor


Here's a link showing how to do the test with links to the trouble codes at the bottom of the page that I use.
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KOEO
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KOEO
Those codes for KOEO are:


34 = PFE or EVP circuit above the closed limit of 0.67 volts. (EGR malfunction, check and insure proper operation and complete closing, could affect air/fuel ratio.)


67 = Neutral safety circuit failure. (Transmission mounted NS switch?, check wiring.)


85 = Canister Purge Solenoid circuit failure. (Charcoal canister inside front frame rail on passenger side. Trace vacuum line to solenoid and check for broken or disconnected wires.)
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Thanks man, I'll get in to it tomorrow.
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Those codes for KOEO are:

34 = PFE or EVP circuit above the closed limit of 0.67 volts. (EGR malfunction, check and insure proper operation and complete closing, could affect air/fuel ratio.)

67 = Neutral safety circuit failure. (Transmission mounted NS switch?, check wiring.)

85 = Canister Purge Solenoid circuit failure. (Charcoal canister inside front frame rail on passenger side. Trace vacuum line to solenoid and check for broken or disconnected wires.)
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Old 09-10-2012, 11:56 AM   #157
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How's it going with your fox? Running good now?
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Old 09-10-2012, 11:58 AM   #158
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Runs okay, compression is very high. Looking for some AFR 205's with a 72cc chamber to bring me down around 9:1. Probably be ready in the Spring.
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Old 09-10-2012, 12:13 PM   #159
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Awesome! I was checking some subscriptions and had seen where it left off and was curious. Glad she's running.
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