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Old 08-17-2019, 12:03 PM   #519
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CamaroJD, Alltoeasy,

You both seem to have run the TB long enough; would you contact us through e-mail or call? We'd like to help you.
I've had this idling behavior on my 2SS for the last 44k miles and I thought it was a feature.

If I startup the Camaro with cold engine, back it out of the garage and drive down the street before the idle drops, I can usually get a series of loud cracks and pops from the exhaust without any effort. When the Soler was 1st installed and the system was still relearning, the cracks and pops were mostly absent. Today, I can get the same behavior, except that I have less time to pull off the 5:20am morning fireworks to wake up the neighbors kids for school.

While the startup idle does sound a bit more throaty than before the install, its probably from the increased airflow.
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Old 08-19-2019, 11:17 AM   #520
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Mack, L8Apex, Deputy, MightyMouse, et al. Please contact us by e-mail, we'll get you going with a custom TB for your cars if necessary.

The TB's you have, aim for maximum performance for your setups and sometimes we step over some ECM limits, and while they might be mild enough to bypass CEL triggers, they are still slightly noticeable under some specific driving conditions.

The configurations you have work for the vast majority of cars like yours, but there are so many variables that inevitably things will happen when playing with the limits. This is not new, and we expect cases like this. We know we are really close and that a slight reduction of airflow in certain areas (throttle %) will cure it.

We purposely do this (at a loss), for we know if we were to offer a 100% trouble-free, one-size-fits-all (conservative configuration), it would work for all cars with the disadvantage for most customers that wouldn't be getting optimum performance for their setups.

Anyway, we have the solution at absolutely no cost to you. Please, contact us by e-mail or phone and we'll get you custom TB that meets your car hardware and calibration.

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Old 08-19-2019, 11:27 AM   #521
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I am very interested in the 95mm TB. I plan on doing a Ported MSD intake manifold and ported heads down the line. Are the 95mm TB that you plan on modifying not ported any bigger? and just modified to allow the lower end to be more responsive? I would be interested in a modified TB that would increase the overall diameter and power in the top end range while still being very responsive in the low end. The car is a 2019 10 speed so the car will be in the higher RPM range most of the runs and that is where i would need the TB to be able to flow as much as possible yes the lower end is great with regards to response, but I want to maximize the air at WOT.
Thanks! Yes, they'll have close to an equivalent 100 mm WOT flow area at the throat of the bore (where it matters). The lower end will be reworked to be more responsive too as we have done with the 87's mm. We'll cover the whole power band from idle to WOT. It will need tuning.
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Old 08-19-2019, 11:32 AM   #522
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You guys/gals are right about the video. Thanks for your feedback, this is not the final version and we are going to use your suggestions to improve it, they are on point.
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