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Last Weekend I put the car all back together to take it for the first run of the season. Because the battery was not connected, the computer appears to have forgotten the turbo's spool time. I was just wondering how high I have to rev out the car before I can expect the computer to recognize that the tubo should spool up around 2500-3000 rpm? I have also noticed that once the engine is warm, it idles close to 500 rpm and stalls. Could this have anything to do with removing the AC from my car or possibly a miss connected vacuum line?

Appreciate the help,

Adam
 
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uboat said:
...I was just wondering how high I have to rev out the car before I can expect the computer to recognize that the tubo should spool up around 2500-3000 rpm?...
It does not work that way, based on your rpms.
It works more based on how much gas you are giving it, which creates exhaust pressure.
Remember, it is the exhaust pressure that drives the turbo not a pulley working off the crank & it's RPM's, like a supercharger.

3000 RPMs is highway speed in 5th gear, any car can run that without boost if just maintaining it's corresponding speed (70MPH-ish).
 

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Right.....Should have said something more along the lines of "at WOT."

But anyway, any more ideas?

Thanks,

Adam
 

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a vacuum line maby no ac no way. I took out my ac and it worked fine. It all has to do with either your fuel or your vacuum or a error code. check your ecu
 
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