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Problems with B18C

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by khmoe, Jun 8, 2006.

  1. khmoe

    khmoe Junior Member

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    Last year in June i installed a B18C (JDM) with P73 obd2a in my 1995 EG4. It all worked out well and nothing was wrong. Until 1-2 months ago. it suddenly lost half of its power.

    I have a Apexi RSM that showed 230hp before and now 70-100hp. The car is very driveable in the city and so, but when i put the pedal to the metal it has 1/2 of the normal power, and it struggels to hit the red mark. And if i shift at like 4000rpm it shots in the exhauste.
    There is no CEL code :cry2:

    Hope you guys are abel to help me :)


    This is what i have done so far:

    New Dizzy
    New Map sensor
    New Fulefilter
    New oil filter and oil.
    New Plugs

    *Did a compression test and all cylinders got betwen 210 and 220Psi (is that good???)

    Thanx For any Relpy

    Kristian Moe
    Norway.
    BTW: Sorry for my bad english
     
  2. get_nick

    get_nick These snozzberries taste like snozzberries... VIP

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    what mods do you have? this will help us find if something was installed wrong or might be causing issues.
     
  3. khmoe

    khmoe Junior Member

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    Everything worked good :cry2:

    I have no mod exept exhaust and open air filter. A B18C is a good mod for me :) had a D15B2 (DPFI).
     
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    i dunno man. it's hard without many details. check the fuel pressure. get the timing checked. could be a clogged catalytic convertor.
     
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