This is a GREAT diy but my question is have there been any boost leaks?
I've done that - and removed the evap line to the intake leaving just the one to the throttle body. No issues.What will happen if I only remove the sai, n249, and pcv systems and run a separate line for the evap?
awesome. i will be doing this soonI've done that - and removed the evap line to the intake leaving just the one to the throttle body. No issues.
well... search would tell u this, but ill make it a touch easyer for you....... yes u need resistors even if u had the deletes done in your software and removed the physical parts. with out resistors your car will not adapt the fuel trims and such properly. all that happens with out the resistors is ull have a car that runs ok and dosnt get a cell the way your setup now. if you use the search button or read this whole thread u should find plenty of info showing why its important to have both a software delete and resistors to get things running properly.Since I just got chipped(Unitronics), I also got the CAT SAI and EVAP deletes in the program....my question is do I still have to run resistors since those got deleted already? I wouldn't think so but I'm not sure
13k miles with this method and 0 issues.Question here there is a picture of the evap lines being capped off after removal behind coolant ball.... Tell me if I'm wrong but wont that cause vapor lock since the vapors have no whre to go but through the gas lines or shooting your gas cap off at the pump.Please correct me if I' wrong on that one so I can correct it or not.
Where would it be tho. Tried spraying the hoses with carb cleaner to see if the idle changes or dies but nothing. I also changed the spark plugs which helped for a few seconds then it started idling bad again. Also plugs were really black when i changed them.Sounds like you might have a vac leak somewhere
Will that find vacuum leaks all the way to the intake manifold?That only works on N/A engines.. try pressure testing it:thumbup: