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  • G70 M1 Check

    ‘22 G70 on 92 Octane. HPS intakes, IMR America ******* secondaries, and Ark GRiP catback. Don’t have the EWG wires plugged in because it was causing P2564/P2588 to be thrown on both turbos. First part of the log is in M0 just to make sure my codes didn’t come back in. Based on my understanding, I’m not entirely sure JB4 stayed active long enough because of fuel pressure? I’m also unsure about timing at a few spots in the log.

    I think I know the answer, but I noticed a heavy burning smell coming from the exhaust after I parked and turned off the car after doing the last few pulls. Should I investigate that or chalk it up to AFR?

    Thanks in advance!
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  • #2
    The most you logged was 1/2 pedal. You must do a full throttle pull through a few gears.


    • #3
      Please upload logs at WOT.
      Thank you!
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