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Old 01-06-2013, 04:54 PM
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Angry 08 m8 turbo question..

Hey boys got issues once in a while. Shut sled off, start up idles ok, but dies when I take off, happened three times yesterday . Sled runs perfect otherwise...
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Try bypassing the throttle validation switch?
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the temp sensor on turbo sleds will give you fits if you shut it off after a hard run and not let it idle to cool the motor down a bit.
CPC puts a toggle switch in line with it to override just for this reason on hot starts and then you switch it back to the stock set up.
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