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Got a TB coming from a clio 200, and two new Bosch lambdas coming from Autodoc.
Oddly the rear lambda wasn't reading at all, though I am wondering if the EFI map has deleted it. Dies say in the blurb that post cat O2 csn be removed 🤷♂️
I cleared the codes, and the only one that comes back is...
The idle levels out after 30 seconds or so, but when you dab the throttle it bogs down, almost stalls, then picks up.
Combined with awful noise the TB is making, I'm hoping its gonna be an easy fix!
I've got a basic scan tool that threw up a p0130 but after clearing it, it's not come back...
I'll get my mates machine hooked up....its a couple of grands worth, so I'd like to think it'll be able to hook into everything.
Compression test will be done tomorrow. I misplaced my compression tester so didn't get a chance to test it the last few days.
Engine was running fine before...
It's had the EFI turbo ecu flash (which will need a tweak due to a slightly larger turbo)
Idle does smooth out the warmer it gets, but its the hesitation/bogging and the occasional mini back fires (for want of a better word) that's got me scratching my head.
Hoping someone can suggest areas to look at with my newly converted 172 turbo.
Long story short, the engine bent the intake valves a year ago so I decided to rebuild the head, and reinstalled prior to doing the turbo conversion.
New valves were professionally fitted and seated with a...
I think I know the answer, but after confirmation.
Just reinstalled my engine after a turbo conversion and on start up, it's running rough as a badgers arse, and after a little drive it feels very much like its running on 3 cylinders.
So after a bit of headscratching and looking, I spotted no.4...