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Old 01-18-2019, 11:20 PM   #1
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Default throttle bodies on the m44

i have just fitted 4 of the 6 throttle bodies off an e36 m3 onto the m44, i have now got it running but it is slightly rough. i haven't tried to drive it yet but have a feeling the injector flow rate is wrong so will try and see how i can fit a variable rate fuel pressure regulator which will hopefully sort it out.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UYGPAIDmZTQ
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If your fuel pressure is correct and the various sensors working correctly the ECU should be able to cope with the minor increase in volumetric efficiency.
Just get a good dyno tune-up.
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it turned out to be a faulty cam sensor. once i replaced it with a good one the engine is running and driving well
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