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Old 03-20-2007, 07:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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As of right now, the only mod I have is a KN drop in filter. It is an 05 forenza, and the car starts and runs great. My only question is whether the slight, almost unnoticeable, jerkyness is normal for this car at wide open throttle. I am used a smooth accerating car and this just feels like it is a little choked up.
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Old 03-20-2007, 11:40 PM   #2 (permalink)
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uhh mine only does that if the engine is still cold
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I feel the same thing around 4500 rpm, Kinda like a vtech kicking in.
I think it might be because of the cam position sensor, Under hard driving it will open things up more for some extra power. I THINK!!!!


QUOTE=fici]As of right now, the only mod I have is a KN drop in filter. It is an 05 forenza, and the car starts and runs great. My only question is whether the slight, almost unnoticeable, jerkyness is normal for this car at wide open throttle. I am used a smooth accerating car and this just feels like it is a little choked up.[/QUOTE]
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Thanks for the replies. Its a great car, I just wish it was a little smoother.
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