the driver is windows version dependant tho dude.. 32bit? 64bit etc?
and if you wanted to have a no boost mode or slow as you like, you could...
Can't please everyone, least of all customers with attitudes who get the hump when I tell them I am not interested in their business because of...
check fault codes for why its probably dropping into limp mode.
have you checked codes yet?
VCDS is your friend for S3 ownership
in answer, i've seen it but not sure on what/why. single blink is level sensor (which are flaky on aem)
supertech inconel exhaust valves perhaps.. Cat Gold springs perhaps
unplug level sensor and short the 2 wires.. see if it does it.
the clues in the name. "china_fold"
that is all you need to know re quality & fitment
You always need to check everything re fitment on these...
and for those who dont already know, there is already in place a facebook group page for users to share and ask questions....
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for best early onset of torque, smallport is your optimum..
internal map sensor type its psi... multi input controller its more down to the map sensor scaling its wired too.
you're engine, you're risk, so you are aware.
Once you are set on the correct setup, with tablet/laptop logging, you can iteratively and incrementally tune up the ecu to your desires.. Remote...
sounds too high for that level of stock boost. check fuel pressure under load next
Not us tho.
we luv them... but many tired old dogs out there in need of some tlc before contemplating mods etc
base car has to be up for it first
better to take it to somewhere that can diagnose..
you dont mention what boost levels it was or was'nt trying to or actually doing..
If the n75...
maf exceeded results in limp mode normally
check the connections from inlet manifold to servo..
not uncommon for the plastic pipe to split, hidden behind heat wrap.. and you will loose...
how can you loose brake vacuum? never ever come across this....
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