11p transmission 4l60e holding gears

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Re: 11p transmission 4l60e holding gears

Postby BARBS » Sun Jan 10, 2021 11:29 am

Were those cells meant to be larger than 100 VE?
I see why everyone is telling you to set up your Kinjii so that your in the 80s etc but for my setup i left the ve in the lower numbers. This allows me to go to 280kPa MAP without maxing the VE.
The VE will not accept any value over 100

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Re: 11p transmission 4l60e holding gears

Postby vp304 » Sun Jan 10, 2021 1:00 pm

The boost ve map will not go over 100?

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Re: 11p transmission 4l60e holding gears

Postby BARBS » Sun Jan 10, 2021 1:05 pm

Correct. If you try to input a VE 0f say 101 it will automatically revert it back to 99.9

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Re: 11p transmission 4l60e holding gears

Postby vp304 » Sun Jan 10, 2021 1:07 pm

Dam ok that explains it then.
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Re: 11p transmission 4l60e holding gears

Postby vp304 » Sun Jan 10, 2021 2:27 pm

Just done a quick drive in the car ve on top end (of boost ve map) set at low 90s then went up 92 94 96 98
Im still leaning out on top end car is standard pulley is going to around 12.2 afr on top end were i back of the throttle say over 4000 rpm as it starts to go lean.
(have compared off 2 different widebands one at a time back to back)

I have very little experience on delco as last time i had owned a car with one was over 8 years ago.
Only thing i can think of is when the car comes on boost the factory fuel reg is boost reference and the fuel pump (unknown age) is struggling to keep up ?
I can probably find a fuel pressure gauge i might have lying around and connect it up to the fuel supply line near the rail and bring the car for a drive and watch the fuel pressure when i come on boost see what its doing ?
Or fuel filter is clogged

Unless someone else has a idea at why im struggling to get enough fuel into a standard motor l67?

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Re: 11p transmission 4l60e holding gears

Postby vlad01 » Sun Jan 10, 2021 3:21 pm

Probably the standard fuel pump isn't keeping up.

Stock VR fuel pump is 144L/h where as the VS L67 pump is 192L/h
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Re: 11p transmission 4l60e holding gears

Postby vp304 » Sun Jan 10, 2021 7:30 pm

Yeh looks like it. Will throw a walbro pump in it.

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Re: 11p transmission 4l60e holding gears

Postby vlad01 » Sun Jan 10, 2021 8:59 pm

Just get a Delphi EFP-159 (VS L67 pump) its a direct fit as far as I've been told and are good quality unlike 99.9% of the walbros out there as they all are fake pretty much, and you don't have to mod anything unlike the walbro.
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Re: 11p transmission 4l60e holding gears

Postby vp304 » Sun Jan 10, 2021 9:42 pm

I had a pretty good run with walbros i just dont buy them online as i know is a lot of fakes out there

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Re: 11p transmission 4l60e holding gears

Postby vp304 » Tue Jan 12, 2021 1:10 pm

So had a look at my tps wiring today and stumbled across this taped up. So fixed it up hopefully fixes my tps issues.
Edit 10km into my drive to work today and while driving I got the usual weird thump from trans and it went into limp mode again fml :cry: no check engine light comes up for the Tps fault also?

I am waiting on a fuel sender unit gasket then will fit up the walbro fuel pump and new fuel filter and do some street tuning to see if it fixes my on boost fueling issues.
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