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car spudering after tuning

Discussion in 'Forced Induction' started by hondacivicSit3, Jul 22, 2005.

  1. hondacivicSit3

    hondacivicSit3 Member

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    I got my h22a turbo tuned 2 days ago and it is still spitting and spudering the dude that tuned it said it is my stock ignition he says to upgrade and it will quit is this true
     
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    what is your setup? post your .bin if you were tuend with uber or anythign other then hondata or AEM.
     
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    your factory honda ignition should be good for 350-400 whp so unless ur way above that than more than likely i would say this is not the problem
     
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    hondata s 200
     
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    what kind of injectors are you running?
     
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    how good is your tunner
     
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    thast a good question too. He may have too much fuel in your maps.
     
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    define sputtering.

    is it "breaking up" after 5k?
    or is it hesitation?
    is it part throttle?
    or is it at wide open?
     
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    missing, jumping on low throttle
     
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    holly 65 lbs
     
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    he is good he tuned every body cars around here
     
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    that is not a problem with the ignition. Well, it may be... but low throttle will NOT be the need for a STRONGER ignition.

    I bet, if anything, you're "blowing out" your plugs spark, which is why the tuner inferred that your ignition is no good.

    So, what spark plug do you have in there, and at what gap?
     
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    denso and I think the plug gap was about 20 he said it was real close
     
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    are they a step colder than stock? You are being VERY vague with your answers. it should be gapped to about .030.
     
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    assuming the h22 uses the same thread pitch as the b-series blocks (i dont know) try these plugs-

    NGK stock no 5238, R5671A-9

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    also, those might be a little 'cold' for your set up...
    i have NO idea what kind of power you're putting out...
    if its a mild (stock block + bolt on kit) the BKR7E might be a better plug for you.

    again, assuming the h22 has the same thread pitch... can someone verify that?
     
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    I was gonna recommend those to him as well, but I wasnt sure if they were the same for H series.
     
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