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Your car will explode in a ball of flames.

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16 minutes ago, KiwiRS4T said:

Your car will explode in a ball of flames.

Isn't that the inlet cam? I thought the exhaust cam caused every other car to explode in a ball of flames.

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That's too much of a change to be good but won't be catastrophic . Try it and report back.

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Its a rb 25 neo motor and won'tidle at low revs it seems to idle at 1500rpm any suggestions to get it to perform better 

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You didn't go and "clean" the throttle body, did you?

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9 minutes ago, Simon R25 said:

Its a rb 25 neo motor and won'tidle at low revs it seems to idle at 1500rpm any suggestions to get it to perform better 

Please tell me that you weren't wanting to change the cam timing to solve an obvious vacuum leak.

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Throw the Microleb ECU into the bin, get a proper one OR just run the stock one with a Nistune

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3 hours ago, blind_elk said:

You didn't go and "clean" the throttle body, did you?

No mate just got it and has few issues we're working on its set up for high horsepower 

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3 hours ago, GTSBoy said:

Please tell me that you weren't wanting to change the cam timing to solve an obvious vacuum leak.

No mate we're just making sure that the timing ia right 1st but I think I've found a problem its got mismatched plugs and leads so I'll change then out with new ones 

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Microtech is accurately named...as that is the amount of tech it contains. 

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pop tv burn GIF by Schitt's Creek

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3 hours ago, hardsteppa said:

Microtech is accurately named...as that is the amount of tech it contains. 

Have you ever seen their patch looms? Comes out of their factory with solder blobs put together by someone's pet chimpanzee high off meth.

Best part is when you need to make trigger changes with a "full standalone" ECU, you need to send it back to them lol. 

I feel sorry for the owner or tech guys that try and back up the product on Guild of EFI Facebook page because they just get slammed every single time by tuners all over the world.

Funny enough, people still buy these ECUs new, because proven to make power 😂😂😂

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