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  1. I agree I cannot wait to see more about this, it looks a lot like a tweaked version, of the VAG-COM software for the Audi and the VW, which run a flavor of motronics as well. I have used the VAG-COM software and I was impressed of what it can do for Audi/VW’s. The pricing looks comparable as well. The vag link for VW.. http://www.ross-tech.com/Merchant2/merchan...ategory_Code=IC Pez
  2. Thanks ar38070, The P1133 had me baffled as well, For the exhaust there has not been any noticeable change in the smell, but everything seems to be pointing to the MAF, and I guess I know what this weekend’s project will be.. Thanks for all the advice so far! Chris
  3. Thanks Insite, Tonight I will recheck the intake and log some settings that are at speed, the settings attached are taken from an idle. This weekend I will try cleaning the MAF with contact cleaner and see if that helps. Thanks again! Chris (sorry for the long post I tried to post it in a excel file but was having problems with it :o ) SHRTFT_1_3(%) ET(sec) LONGFT_1_3(%) -7.8 21.8 30.5 -8.6 29.44 30.5 -8.6 33.45 30.5 -5.5 37.46 30.5 -7.8 -5.5 71.68 30.5 -6.3 -7.8 122.98 30.5 -5.5 126.99 30.5 -7 131.05
  4. Greetings, I have searched the site countless times for something close to the codes my boxster is throwing, but not having much luck. Last week I got a P1126 code, I retightened everything on the intake side and looked for vacuum leaks, and I could not find any. I cleared the CEL and a couple of days later when I started the car up it had a rough idle when it was cold, seeing it was close to the 30k check up I just took it to the dealer. I asked them to look into the code and the only thing they could find was that the “fuel adaptive was skewed rich” but was not enough to do anything. So
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