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Ok, I searched and read almost every thread that dealt with the NA-T stalling problems... I am positive i have no vacumm leaks, and I do not believe it is the BOV which is causing my problems...

Set up - BL kit with t04r turbo, 680 injectors, walbro fuel pump, and the AEM.

I am stalling when coming to a stop, I will slow down, shift to nuetral and bam, car cuts off. It seems to be the same problem someone else had, it will stall 25% of the time. When I fire it back up its weak at first, then runs fine. Car has been tuned, made great numbers, but now I am having the stupid stalling problems :( and it is taking the fun out of cruising. We had bumped the idle up to 1200 rpm and the stalling had cut back 90 to 100% but tonight I had the guys bump it back down because I dont want to Idle at that high of RPMs... but it stalled on me 4 or 5 times on the way home. Just wanted to know who all is having this problem, and suggestions.
 

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BoostinAbs said:
We had bumped the idle up to 1200 rpm and the stalling had cut back 90 to 100% but tonight I had the guys bump it back down because I dont want to Idle at that high of RPMs... but it stalled on me 4 or 5 times on the way home. Just wanted to know who all is having this problem, and suggestions.
If you don't want to idle too high, try 1000rpm instead of 1200rpm, it is easier to live with, and it will not stall as easily as 700~800rpm idle.

I have my set at 1000rpm, no stalling issues 99% of time.

You can relocate your MAF, several NA-T member had done this with success or better yet, do it right and get rid of maf with aem ems or map ecu.
 

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^ he has AEM....

Wish I could help on the stalling issue. Mine has always idled fine with VPC/SAFC combo and my idle is only ~ 650rpms.
 

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Re: Re: Yet another stalling problem, questions

nsx4ever said:
You can relocate your MAF, several NA-T member had done this with success or better yet, do it right and get rid of maf with aem ems or map ecu.
He's AEM... so I'm not sure what's the problem...
 

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ok have been going over many situations and have narrowed it down to what I believe is the BOV after all. I am venting to atmosphere right now but will try recirculating and see how that works.
 

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Try checking the a/f gauge when you let off the gas man. If it's running rich as shit, then you may want to recirculate it. Don't the AEM have some type of option/feature to help with open bov's?

I know some electronics have an option for open bovs, but they are only available for hotwire cars (all TT's and OBDII NA's).
 
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