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Old 07-24-2009, 07:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Emanage 'limp mode' at WOT?

Well I finished my GReddy 15G Kit install on my D16Y7 with EX 240cc injectors.

(pics for those who care)

Everything works fine except the car seems to go into a limp mode when I'm WOT or close to it. If I keep my throttle only partially open, the car will boost the 5.5 psi with low 12 a/f's. But as soon as I go WOT (even before boost is built), the car seems to go into a limp mode, not the actual ecu limp mode with a CEL, but my A/F ratio gets pegged at 10 and the car is extremely sluggish.

At first I thought it was because of the map I was using was for the Z6 and it was just dumping fuel for the vtec engagement, but that would only happen in the upper RPMs. With this problem, I could be going 3000rpm, peg the throttle, and a/f will instantly go to 10.

It is wired up correctly (followed the wiring chart here, and double checked it with the emanage manual). I don't get any error codes, rotor settings are 28b and jumpers are 2-3, 2-3, 1-2, open, open, open, 1-2.

Any help would be appreciated.
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