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Old 01-08-2014, 01:00 AM   #71
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I had a problem like that with mine sounding cammed and rocking dirty...the tune was at fault on mine
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I had a problem like that with mine sounding cammed and rocking dirty...the tune was at fault on mine

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Yeah but not with the header tune they sent me when I installed my headers...I tried to get a better tune and when they sent it, it would never run right so I just kept my original on. It would start, shoot up rpms, then drop down to like 400-500 and lope dirty and shake. It would eventually come down but it would search for an idle constantly
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I had a problem like that with mine sounding cammed and rocking dirty...the tune was at fault on mine

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I never had that problem with my JBAs LT they ran perfect with no tune for 2 months then I got a bama tune
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Old 01-08-2014, 12:50 PM   #76
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Sounds like you have a vacuum leak to me. running open long tubes just for start up with no tune will not drop the idle. Saying you disconnected the battery for that long, will cause a weird idle on start up if you don't reprogram your tps.
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Old 01-08-2014, 04:51 PM   #77
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Ok guys final write up.

Yesterday I worked for a good couple hours and did the following

1. Removed the stock passenger header which was a lot Easyer then the first one

2. Grabed my pacesetter lt header and got that bolted up pretty easy.

3. Installed the motor mount on that side. Witch for me was a lot harder then the driver side one becouse of the 2 front bolts.

4. Then I got the the starter back on with a lot of frustration.

Today I just tightend everything up and fixed my problem from yesterday. New video will be up shortly
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