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post #1 of 13 Old 06-19-2014, 11:53 AM Thread Starter
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studder issuse and fuel pressure problems

have a 05 with new turbo, air dogg system, intake, exhaust, egr delete, bkue spring mod, and sct tuner. thing breaks up and studders real bad around 55mph and when you lay into it good. fuel pressure is constantly moving around at idle between 58-62 psi and drops to 46-50 psi when wot. programmer is on can tune at level 4 out of 5. any thoughts ?
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anyone got any ideas
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Boost leak? Can you monitor icp, ficm voltage, and boost? If so what are your readings?


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is the air dog a replacement for the factory pump?

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ficm is good boost is good. yea air dogg replaced factory pump by what I.can tell
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Airdogs fail alot because they dont like the high pressure you can adjust the airdog itself for a slightly higher pressure

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full pressure at idle is 62 & wot it drops to.around 50.. any ideas what to.do cause this thing is driving.me.nuts lol
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stumbles worse in od than anything and usually fuel.pressure is around 60
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I'm assuming you have an edge tuner?

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