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As some of you may remember I bent the rods on my stage 2 r26. I have built a new forged engine with a hybrid turbo.
Now I started it today and it won't idle properly and is over fuling, now its displaying similar systems that a car with a boost leak would have. I've checked all hose and inlet manifold and all is ok. I went 0.5 oversize pistons could it be that it needs to be mapped to suit the oversize. I plan on getting rs tuning to map it once I've run it In but don't want to damage it. I have a hybrid turbo with a forge actuator does anyone know how it should be set up? Because on the road it's gutless !!

Gavin
 

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Engine revs up lovely, sounds perfect just when it come back to idle it Boggs Down then cuts out.
 

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I'm pretty sure another lad that went forged had idling problems but he went for different cams etc which was the problem?! Has it run for long? Lifters emptied of oil??
 

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I'm running standard cams just forged piston and rods and a hybrid. It's run for a good few hours now, the tappits where noise at first till they filled up but it sounds lovely. Took the plugs and and it's over fueling!
 

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Are the injectors ok?? Stage 2 eats them and it may have been the cause of your bent rods in the first place. I know I put 2 sets in 12 months. Other than that. Temp sensor faulty or air lock around it causing it to run on "choke"??
 

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Not necessarily no, it will just think the engines cold all the time so compensate with more fuel.
 

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Not really mate, I know they should be set up properly. I'm not sure I've heard of anyone bolting a hybrid on and driving it before a map. Your best bet would be to talk to Paul at RStuning. Also a code reader would be handy for you otherwise it will be s process of elimination which can be costly and time consuming.
 

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Set your actuator up so it is half a hole short of the arm. Then pull the actuator arm till the pin & hole line up. That should give you a good base pre load.
 
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