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Old 04-11-2019, 07:41 PM   #1151
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Any here know how long it would be to add a new fuel hose from the tank to the front? I want to start getting ready for fuel return system for the future. I just haven’t been near the car in a bit to measure myself
Sup bro! Hope all is well with you! Unfortunately, I don't know as I'm still using stock fuel setup. The 02-04 RSX car length is 172.2″ long and 05-06 RSX car length is 172.4" long. Should be able to make estimate based on total car length as a host case scenario and cut off extra.

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Any here know how long it would be to add a new fuel hose from the tank to the front? I want to start getting ready for fuel return system for the future. I just haven’t been near the car in a bit to measure myself
Can’t remember the exact length, but start with a quick measurement from the middle of the rear seat cushion to the front of the engine. Then measure from the fuel rail to the ground, and also measure from the top of the rear seat cushion to the ground. The total of the three measurements will give you a little extra to play with. Nothing worse than being a inch or two short. I ran new fuel lines (6AN) for the in-feed and return. Running E85 and I've had zero issues with fuel starvation.
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Sup bro! Hope all is well with you! Unfortunately, I don't know as I'm still using stock fuel setup. The 02-04 RSX car length is 172.2″ long and 05-06 RSX car length is 172.4" long. Should be able to make estimate based on total car length as a host case scenario and cut off extra.


How's the RSX coming? Any new mods to your S/C setup?
Been doing well man. My car not so much lol. My throwout bearing started to fail so my friend and I decided to remove the engine and then while the engine is out, I decided to repaint the bay. While the bay being cleared out, I decided then to shave it. So now Iím in the bondo and sanding stage, itís so much work! I would post pics but last I remember, it was a PITA trying to post a photo here. Whatís new your you? If you still have my number, Send me a message for some pics, I donít have your number anymore. Hope all is well!

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Canít remember the exact length, but start with a quick measurement from the middle of the rear seat cushion to the front of the engine. Then measure from the fuel rail to the ground, and also measure from the top of the rear seat cushion to the ground. The total of the three measurements will give you a little extra to play with. Nothing worse than being a inch or two short. I ran new fuel lines (6AN) for the in-feed and return. Running E85 and I've had zero issues with fuel starvation.
Very detailed, thanks! And definitely would really suck if youíre off by a little!


As for the measurements, my friend who did his system awhile back said 20ft would be enough. Iím going with the PTFE lines since I am running flex fuel.
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Also, I want to do the Mercracing manifold with the A2W setup but damn, so pricey. Eventually I’d get to it.
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Has any one experienced voltage drop while driving? It started yesterday, car was fine then all of a sudden power dips and car bogs (like fuel cut). Got home, hooked up kpro and it say low battery voltage. Clear the code and tightened ground battery and reposition engine harness ground where Hondata recommends it on the valve cover.

Drive this morning and it happens 3x (at first, I thought it was low fuel pressure). I then noticed my battery voltage is fluctuating between 14.2v and 12v every minute or so.

Going to do an alternator test when I get home, but has anyone else experienced this?
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No, but I think you're on the right track to find the root cause of your issue.

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Old 04-20-2019, 09:38 PM   #1157
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So, I ended up checking my ground connections, sanding to bare metal, and checked all fuses. I started car and tested alternator. Everything looks normal. Hooked up kpro and did a datalog. Car feels great for 10 mins then decide to start a 3rd gear pull. Car bogs heavy right after 6000 rpm. I get off and mil comes on.

I get home and see the same error code ( low voltage during cranking). I review the log and the battery voltage remains between 13.9-14.2v. I didn't see the voltage dip at all. I believe the issue is my tune while spraying WM. I may be advancing timing too much. Have to go refresh my memory on why I did what I did over a year ago, but there were no issues back then.

Got run a test without spraying to confirm my theory.
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Maybe injectors need cleaning? Aren’t you on e85?
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Old 04-20-2019, 11:41 PM   #1159
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Maybe injectors need cleaning? Aren’t you on e85?
No Sir... Still 93. It's been a while, but I think it could be my water meth setup. I need to check to ensure it's spraying and I could be triggering bogging by spraying too much too soon.

https://forums.clubrsx.com/showpost..../706990?page=1

Forgot about this thread. I never really spent a lot of time tuning with the larger nozzle size.

Edit: think I found my problem. Fuel compensation for ECT temps on top of w/m injection. I don't have a thermostat, so my ECTs tend to run cooler. So, when I installed the larger nozzle, all testing was done with ECTs over 175+, but I noticed my ECT temps were around 160 when the issue happened. I put fuel compensation to 0 for said temp and pulled more fuel during spray. Will see if that helps later today. Also, may need to up my W/M to a 75/25 ratio vs 50/50.
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So, I still bog without meth injection. Posted on Hondata forum for any help.

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https://www.hondata.com/forum/viewto...p?f=12&t=22195
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Maybe injectors need cleaning? Aren’t you on e85?
Can regular premium gas cause injectors to clog? I'm now wondering if this is the issue.
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Simply your setup by downloading an earlier program that you know worked well (before meth) just to see if your meth setup is causing the issue.
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Simply your setup by downloading an earlier program that you know worked well (before meth) just to see if your meth setup is causing the issue.
Ah...good point! Will try to load an older tune to see if that works. Thanks for the advice.

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More information. I loaded an old tune this morning and datalog. Car felt fine. I didn't get on it, turned off W/M, and just drove normal. I experienced the bog around 10 mins into the ride.

Reviewing the datalog shows:
Frame 3866
Rpm 3331
Map -5.6
A/F 14.27
TPS 23%
IGN 29*
Kcount 0
ECT 174*
IAT 127*
VSS 25mph
Gear 2
Batt 14v

Frame 3867
Rpm 0
Map -29.9
A/F 689.6
TPS -10%
IGN -64*

Kcount 0
ECT 174*
IAT 127*
VSS 0mph
Gear 0
Batt 14v

Frame 3868
Rpm 3757
Map -15.6
A/F 10.77
TPS 0%
IGN 44*
Kcount 0
ECT 174*
IAT 127*
VSS 26mph
Gear 2
Batt 14v

MIL came on about 90 secs after this. I know believe the issue is no longer the tune. Injectors reading was way off. Any advice?
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So I found a unplugged wire by the firewall and this may be my problem. I must have disconnected during the CMC install, but don't recall where it goes.

It's 2 plugs. One connects to the Brake master cylinder. Second one is round with 2 wires (green and black) and not connected. Anyone recalls where it connects too?

Also, my intake is rubbing on the main harness. Going to see if I can adjust the intake.

Edit: nevermind. I figured it out. It's the PS pressure switch and I deleted the PS. Going to find a better location and tape it off.
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Good to hear, I had that plug loose for awhile and couldn’t remember for the life of me where it went to��
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Good to hear, I had that plug loose for awhile and couldn’t remember for the life of me where it went to��
Forreal, I was going crazy cause I know that I didn't unplugged anything recently without plugging it back in. I had it in a location that was exposed to outside elements, so not sure if that could cause issues. I taped it up and relocated plug to a better location.

Also, my intake cut into the main harness a bit. Doesn't look like any wires were cut thankfully, I put some protective insulation and retaped that part of the harness.

Last, I double checked all grounds and redid my E21 and E22 connections at the ECU. Will reload .Kal and give it a test tomorrow.
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I am still using kpro v1 since 2007. Recently, I had an issue with daughterboard error.

My battery voltage is good around 14.0V at idle but the daughterboard error won't go away and it goes into limp mode.

It seems to clear after I reload the map again. It will probably be good for a few months before the error comes back again.

I am getting the error because it says low battery voltage. That is not the case as my battery is fully charged and hovering around 14.0V

so Its pretty strange and I put to the fact that I am still on V1 while a lot of people out there is on V3 or V4.
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I am still using kpro v1 since 2007. Recently, I had an issue with daughterboard error.

My battery voltage is good around 14.0V at idle but the daughterboard error won't go away and it goes into limp mode.

It seems to clear after I reload the map again. It will probably be good for a few months before the error comes back again.

I am getting the error because it says low battery voltage. That is not the case as my battery is fully charged and hovering around 14.0V

so Its pretty strange and I put to the fact that I am still on V1 while a lot of people out there is on V3 or V4.
So I'm not going crazy?!?! I did ask this question on Hondata forum and the recommendation was to test the ECU in another car to see if it follows the ECU. I'm really hoping what I did will fix it (testing tonight), but my fear is that it may be the ECU.
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No joy... Car is still bogging/bucking. This is not even normal driving. I'm literally feathering it in anticipation.

Happened 3x times driving into work today. MIL came on on 2nd bog. 3rd cleared MIL, car felt responsive, and then MIL came back 30 secs later.
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Just try this, put another stock OEM Map sensor in.

I assume you have the Hondata/Omni Map sensor in your car?

put the stockie back in, set it in Hondata to stock map sensor and see if
the problem goes away. Should be easy to test.
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Just try this, put another stock OEM Map sensor in.

I assume you have the Hondata/Omni Map sensor in your car?

put the stockie back in, set it in Hondata to stock map sensor and see if
the problem goes away. Should be easy to test.
I have a GM 3bar map sensor. I've contacted Hondata already and they are looking into it. I'll report back what I hear.
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So Hondata checked out my ECU and reported it was fine. Reinstalled and drove to work today. Car is not driving good at all.

I think my TPS is failing. In reviewing the datalog, the sharp dips show TPS at -10. I'm still running on the original OEM from 2002.

Any recommendations for a new TPS? I've seen mixed reviews, but seems Acuity is best from a quick search.
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I went ahead and ordered the Acuity Hall Effect TPS and Calibration harness. Also plan on sending my throttle body to be serviced by Maxbore.
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