Final Tork Tech #s!!

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    how much boost?
     
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    12lbs
     
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    Congrats on the numbers. Sounds sweet in the video.
     
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    Thanks man. Btw the JMS pump booster worked great
     
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    Did you use the Hobbs switch or run the booster constant?
     
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    Very nice numbers! Enjoy!:nice:
     
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    My car still has the same hiccup even after the tune. Seems to happen the most in third. When I step on it in second and shift to third it seems to cut out/hiccup. Do you think it could be a coil pack starting to go bad? I'm on my original coil packs still!
     
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    And if I seem to just role through each gear instead of just mash on it, it doesn't seem to happen?
     
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    Btw my car is an 01 so I have individual coils on each cylinder
     
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    Oh and btw it runs and idles perfectly otherwise and my fuel pressure is perfect
     
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    Its likely a tune issue. I've seen a few threads here where others have had the same issue.
     
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    If I run wot through all my gears it runs perfectly. It just happens most if I give it a shot in second and role into third

    I think il be buying some new cops and plugs this winter
     
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    Could spark blow out be a problem with the NGK TR6 plugs gapped at .032?
     
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    i ended up figuring out the problem. its pretty much my own stupidity......it comes down to me not being used to the new stiff clutch
     
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    At least you figured it out before spending money on it.
     
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    looks like im going to need to do the pprv delete!
     
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    We have PPRV on the GTs or is that just a Cobra thing?
     
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    It's on the GTs as well. After researching it, this is what is causing my hiccup and hesitation on hard shifts. Il take care of it in the spring since I can drive around without it affecting me too much. I just wanted to enjoy the car for the remaining part of the year since it was down from march-July
     
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