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Old 04-20-2010, 02:35 PM   #911 (permalink)
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You should let me beta test the Demon.



Try a Crome basemap on the Demon.
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Old 04-20-2010, 02:43 PM   #912 (permalink)
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sure. Doesnt bother me. If I can rule out the Demon being bad I'll be super happy.
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Okay, think I really figured it out this time

one single wire in the conversion harness had a bad solder joint - one of the 2 CKP sensor wires (crankshaft position)

Which on a stock ecu doesnt prevent the car from starting. on a chrome chipped car it doesnt prevent the car from starting - on Neptune... different story.

I just went out there and tested quickly and the car stumbled but is trying to start. I know the plugs are ultra fouled at this point so I'll throw in fresh ones and give it a go again tomorrow.

Jeez.
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Hopefully she fires right up tomorrow.
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I saw the thread title go back to like "I really think I fixed it this time" and I just thought, yeah right
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Might need to dump in a small amount of oil since you cylinder walls are most likely washed down.
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Old 04-23-2010, 12:18 AM   #918 (permalink)
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Might need to dump in a small amount of oil since you cylinder walls are most likely washed down.




Good tip. I will do that before running it further.

Confirmed the car does start now. I started it only 2 times for very brief periods since I didn't have my laptop out there to do any a/f tuning.

Today I ran the wires for the gauges but didn't finish installing them yet.

Also some new parts are here:
3" stainless ebay N1 style exhaust ($140 shipped!). Hope it fits lol. My inner ricer loves it.


It looks decent enough. If the muffler is crap who cares? $140 for mandrel bent 3" stainless piping is a great deal no matter what.


And an 8" flex section and my other set of v-band flanges to make the downpipe.



I now have 3 things to buy - piping to fab the down pipe, silicone couplers for the charge piping, and a dump tube

so very close now.
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If I were you I'd measure the ID of the exhaust at all the openings to make sure it's consistent.

That muffler can is huge, I hope your inner ricer is happy.
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Originally Posted by MeltMan on Apr/20/10
Okay, think I really figured it out this time

one single wire in the conversion harness had a bad solder joint - one of the 2 CKP sensor wires (crankshaft position)

Which on a stock ecu doesnt prevent the car from starting. on a chrome chipped car it doesnt prevent the car from starting - on Neptune... different story.

I just went out there and tested quickly and the car stumbled but is trying to start. I know the plugs are ultra fouled at this point so I'll throw in fresh ones and give it a go again tomorrow.

Jeez.

Nice catch, hopefully you fixed it for good this time...So, is there a list or other stockpile of info out there somewhere of all the things that cause a car not to start on neptune, obd1 ecu's and obd2 ecus?
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If I were you I'd measure the ID of the exhaust at all the openings to make sure it's consistent.

That muffler can is huge, I hope your inner ricer is happy.
It's a true 3" exhaust EXCEPT for where it bolts to a stock cat - which will be chopped off and my v-band flange welded there.
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holy decibel levels batman!!! lol

i bet your pretty stoked at this point
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By the way, that exhaust is definitely worth the price. I'm going that same route...a modified ebay catback with a quality muffler ftw!
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