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Old 06-27-2012, 07:39 PM   #1
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I have a 03 mach 1 and I straight pipped it and now it has a bogging problem because the back pressure would 12 inch cherry bombs fix it?
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Or, you could get a good sounding muffler like a Flowmaster 40 Series or Bassani.
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I have a 03 mach 1 and I straight pipped it and now it has a bogging problem because the back pressure would 12 inch cherry bombs fix it?
Do you have a check engine light showing? Also, do you still have the O2 sensors in your system? if not, that could be causing it to run bad.
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I still have my o2 sensors and I dont have a check engine light on
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I cleaned my IAC and that cured the little bit of bogging I had, but that doesn't really explain your change with going to straight pipes. Unless its just a coincidence? It's pretty easy to clean. It's attached to the throttle body on the firewall side.
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Do you clean it with anything specific?
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Do you clean it with anything specific?
Yup, I cleaned mine with throttle body cleaner. When I cleaned it, I kept the end with the wire connector up high to make sure I didn't get it wet. I also used a Q-tip, but make sure you don't leave any Q-tip material inside.
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Alright I will try that
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