No throttle response on heel-toe?

Old 06-24-2011, 05:02 PM
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Originally Posted by 452gt3 View Post
I have experianced the same issue but I'm having other throttle related issues as well. I have been trying to find a cure for an intermittent full throttle problem for two years now. I get an error code 1109 and have replaced the MAF and throttle body and still have the problem. don't know if there is any connection with these issues or not.

Unfortunately the 1109 fault can be fixed with what you have already done to the car without a result..

Perhaps a second bad MAF? Saw it once in a 996TT; a brand new oem MAF was faulty!
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Old 06-24-2011, 06:12 PM
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I was going to suggest you look at your data streams at or about the time you are experiencing this loss of response. It should be relatively easy to see both brake pressure and throttle position, or in 452gt3's case specifically, when going WOT, look at all of your other channels to see if anything else is acting up.

What you think is happening may be spelled out differently in the data.
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Old 06-25-2011, 12:14 PM
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The only thing I see on the data is the lack of speed, there is no misfire just lazy. Speed is 15 mph difference on the front strait at Cal speedway. We did see one other thing on the analizer was a variation of cam timming from one bank to the other, not sure what that means since the problem is intermitent.
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