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Old 04-06-2010, 11:45 PM   #1
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hey guys,
need some help my sky has started some extreme backfire...and loss of power, for example if i accelerate its just like a machine gun, and juders i guess dont know how else to explain it. could this maybe have something to do with just a cracked manifold??? im quite lost been to nissan they didnt know took it to a place that just do tuning on all cars and they wernt to sure either.

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Old 06-06-2010, 05:53 PM   #2
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Completely knackered coilpacks can cause this.
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awesome ill give them a check. Thanks
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sounds like you have blown a intercooler pipe off bud lol, check all pipework to and from the intercooler first



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Yeah that could well be the case, but car would also be literally undriveable at that state so I assumed it wasn´t the case here as he still seems to drive around - LOL

I blew my IC pipe off on my GTR during mapping it and jeeesus at 1.6bar it scared the crap out of me for a split second as it felt like hitting a wall at full boost and then mahooosssive backfiring, no throttle response anymore and flooded combustion chamber.
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happened to me coilpacks solved it
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yeah i mean i dont drive it at the moment as i have pretty much no power at all, ill check the pipework and see if theres anything there!
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