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03-21-2014 07:29 PM
sleepyboy Faulty fuel injector O-ring? That could explain the smoke and the smell?
03-21-2014 03:53 PM
ZXthrizzle05 my opinion yes
03-21-2014 11:24 AM
SVTFocus noob Bump on my most recent post, still can't figure out why it won't start, I had it running and driving fine through the neighbor hood the other day. I just replaced the brake booster hose quick disconnect on the intake. Car still isn't starting and still smokes from intake. Could it be my tune delivering too much fuel? Because it smells like gasoline all over the intake when the car can actually start.

Jake
03-10-2014 10:46 AM
wordyahurdd this sounds like a nightmare figuring everything out lol, hope you get it soon!
03-06-2014 07:29 PM
SVTFocus noob Got a new CFM TB and the upgraded Intake boots, SVT's still not starting normally but it'll idle on it's own once it does start. No idea if it's a vac leak or not the more I think about it. But when it's trying to start and while it idles, it smokes from the intake manifold. Any thoughts?

Jake Reiter
12-19-2013 07:51 AM
ZXthrizzle05 I test at 20 and run 16
12-19-2013 06:19 AM
SVTFocus noob
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Originally Posted by inis View Post
wait wattt....

if you're making a boost leak test you test to the PSI you'll be running and slightly over if possible. I.E. I run 30psi, I test to 35psi.

don't test to 3-4 and run 20, all you're doing is wasting time.

I hope I misunderstood you.
See this is EXACTLY what I thought/ didn't understand when I did this test before leaving, if I test at 4psi then all I know is my vac lines are good for 4 psi, I'm going to be running 14psi for the winter and until new clutch so shouldn't I need to test 14psi+ to figure it out?

Jake
12-18-2013 09:08 PM
inis
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Originally Posted by Mother Focus View Post
3-4psi will do, I use a tire tube, cut the piece that has the valve in it to fill it and clamp it to the turbo.
wait wattt....

if you're making a boost leak test you test to the PSI you'll be running and slightly over if possible. I.E. I run 30psi, I test to 35psi.

don't test to 3-4 and run 20, all you're doing is wasting time.

I hope I misunderstood you.
12-18-2013 09:07 PM
ZXthrizzle05 Use my technique of a home made leak tester finder. Works every time
12-18-2013 06:46 PM
SVTFocus noob Alright back from boot camp and continuing to tune with Tom, as tuning has gone on and the rpms and boost are higher I'm experiencing vac leak again, I just had to drive back from recruiting station with a leak. I had to give the car gas for it to even start and then had to rev up rpms before putting it in gear. It's idling at 11 hg where as it used to idle around 17 hg Obviously I know it's a leak and it's a matter of finding it. Does anyone have a guess at where it could be, like are there known connections/hoses that don't have good integrity. Because it comes down to there's more boost, so the boost is escaping at a weak connection, and it's just a matter of finding it.

Jake
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