The timing is correct to the specs provided by honda. I cleaned the EACV valve and tried doing some idle ajustments, but even with it all the way out it still has a idle of around 1200 rpms.
Is their any other reason why I would loose power when shifting to a lower gear at a higher Rpm?
It bogs down only when im downshiffting while trying to race.
If im going up in gears its usually allright and it will stay in motion without heassitation as long as the rpms are pretty much kept high.
I only used the ajustments on the distributor to keep it at a high idle. The car runs worse if I kick it back all the way and its at a lower idle.
Still no check engine lights.
Went through all my wiring and it still shows the same symptoms.
With changing to fuel injection would there be the need to advance or retard the timing?
Any ideas on what is causing the power loss in only certain situations?
Everyting seems to be correct, the distributor is correct for my application. It was all matched up to obtain a proper conversion and you can rule out a improper part being used. Would a bad connection to the fuel injectors be the reason since I had to run to connecters directly to the ecu? I used proper gauged wires but didnt soulder and heat shrink.
Its a problem only in a certain senrio witch leads me to think its not a sensor or something that was added.
It is running a full exaust of 2.5 inches off a 4-2-1 header so back pressure is minnimum due to a race cat that is high flow.
It sounds like mabye a little bit of back firing through the exhaust but its only when letting off the gas. A rumbling like sound of diffrent pitches.
Trying to give you as much info as I can.
Car drives well under non stress conditions and only seems to be a random problem. Im so confused, and not sure what next to check, went through everything if anyone has a idea please throw it out there
Sunday, March 22nd, 2009 AT 6:58 PM