Fair question....Did you develop this fix or take my write up, try it and now decided to use it as a fix for your system?
If this is JF then yes. I confirmed the fix came from your "jet" restrictor so thank you and TL said he gave you credit in a post somewhere. We are making up a bunch so anyone who has the ATS kit and needs one shoot me an email.Did you develop this fix or take my write up, try it and now decided to use it as a fix for your system?
please keep us up to date on if it pops up any codes. thanks.I had the "fix" installed two weeks ago by Tracy and no lean codes at any time.
Mike, the lack of a lean codes only indicates the magnitude of running lean hit a certain threshold (typically 25%) Did you check your LTRIMs after a few days of driving to see if the car was running leaner than prior to installation?I had the "fix" installed two weeks ago by Tracy and no lean codes at any time.
Apparently the jet mod isn't available from RX anymore. I've been trying to get one for the past 10 days and found out today that Tracy who may have the mod isn't affiliated with Tommy at RX anymore so I was told to build my own now. Not the best customer service but buyer beware whenever you buy anything online. Life goes on.New to the ATS 2L Turbo... just a month of ownership under my belt. I'm almost due for my first oil change, and was thinking of having the dealer do a quick borescope of the intercooler to see what, if any build up I may have (at my expense of course). The info on the 'fix' hasn't been fully answered in my opinion... while it appears the whistle has been corrected, SC2150/Tom hasn't responded on possible lean codes. Mikesul, evidently a satisfied customer responded that he had no lean codes...which is encouraging, but then he's not the manufacturer of this kit. I think a lot of us would like to hear from the source before making an outlay of cash.
I would like to see what they came up with to control vacuum supply, can someone from RX ship me one?