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Fiat 500 USA Forum - Fiat 500 ABARTH Engine and Drivetrain Tuning http://www.fiat500usaforum.com/ Abarth and 500T Performance Tuning - Engine, Exhaust, Transmission - Talk about it here! en Thu, 21 Sep 2023 21:44:01 GMT vBulletin 30 http://www.fiat500usaforum.com/images/misc/rss.png Fiat 500 USA Forum - Fiat 500 ABARTH Engine and Drivetrain Tuning http://www.fiat500usaforum.com/ Too much Air/Run Lean with external air intake? Upgrade the Fuel Injectors? http://www.fiat500usaforum.com/showthread.php?40524-Too-much-Air-Run-Lean-with-external-air-intake-Upgrade-the-Fuel-Injectors&goto=newpost Fri, 15 Sep 2023 17:23:11 GMT

Ever since seeing the movie "My Science Project (1985)" when I was a kid, I have wanted a car with something sticking up through the hood, like the GTO with the massive Supercharger poking out.

(Oprah (I think it was Oprah...doesn't matter) once asked Ralph Lauren "How do you come up with your ideas?" and he said that adults want the same stuff they wanted as a kid...but now they have the money to buy it.)

-I have on Order the Naca induction/Hood vent set (Speedmotive sells them *with* the water tray for ~$430 w/ shipping)
-I am going to install the whole thing with bolts instead of glue, thus, I will already have a hole over my air intake area that I can experiment with

-Experiment: When I pull the trigger, I want to craft something with either A) a Fabricated metal Cowl with the actual air filter bent up and hanging like half way out the hood or B) Get some kind of fabricated pseudo Velocity Stacks/Flutes Intake going ::drool:: (I shortly considered doing the exhaust pipe out the hood, but after research....nah lol)

-Question: I am concerned that this will give me too much air and make my car run lean - would upgrading with larger fuel injectors balance it out? Or is the "lean" issue before the injectors? I just don't know.

Donkey Shorts!
Fiat 500 ABARTH Engine and Drivetrain Tuning Boese Ritter http://www.fiat500usaforum.com/showthread.php?40524-Too-much-Air-Run-Lean-with-external-air-intake-Upgrade-the-Fuel-Injectors
2015 Abarth stuck in limp mode after brick replacement. How to get it to train? http://www.fiat500usaforum.com/showthread.php?40522-2015-Abarth-stuck-in-limp-mode-after-brick-replacement-How-to-get-it-to-train&goto=newpost Fri, 15 Sep 2023 13:12:27 GMT I have a 2015 Abarth automatic with ~92K miles. It was exhibiting a P300 for awhile which I was not able to clear. I tried most of the usual...
I have a 2015 Abarth automatic with ~92K miles.

It was exhibiting a P300 for awhile which I was not able to clear. I tried most of the usual suspects: spark plugs, look for vacuum leaks, ignition coils and wire, ground wires, oil change.
It was also occasionally starting poorly like the starter was going out and less occasionally it would stall right after start.
But other than that, the car ran fine and I could never detect the misfire that was throwing the code.

Then the P1062 code appeared in addition to the P300.
This time I checked the multi-air filter and solenoid on the side of the engine.
The next thing appeared to be to replace the brick which I didn't want to do myself so I took it to a dealer.

The dealer replaced the brick (VVA) but also replaced:
VVA gasket
Multi-air Actuator Filter
Crankcase o-ring
Spark Plugs
Spark Plug tubes
Valve cover gasket
Oil Filter
Air Filter

After doing all this work (more than $3000) the P300 and P1062 are gone but P302 and P303 have newly appeared.
The dealer investigated this further and says that the new brick will not train and stays stuck in SAFE mode.
They said that the brick will not train because the oil pressure is too low for the first 5 to 10s of starting so the brick stays in SAFE mode.

Is there a way to fake train a brick?
I read on one of these forums that maybe an air pressure hose could be attached to the oil dip stick tube to provide a bit of extra pressure during the start up.
Does this actually work? What would be the psi setting for this?

The options that I am being offered are to:
1. Remove the oil pan to look for metal shavings n the engine ($1600) then either #2 (if no metal found) or #3 (if metal found) below:
2. Replace the oil pump ($2700 including the part and 10 hours of labor!)
3. Replace the engine for $9000 (more than the value of this car!)

If I call it quits now, I get back a car that will not drive above 30 mph (limp mode). So I get back a car that drives worse than when I took it in.

If I go with the oil pump replacement, I'm told that there is no guarantee that the problem goes away because the initial low oil pressure could also be caused by worn bearings.

I don't know what to do at this point and could really use some sage advice. The car is currently in Columbia SC, USA.
(I also posted this in Fiat 500 General discussion so I hope it is not against the rules to also post here).
Fiat 500 ABARTH Engine and Drivetrain Tuning Grcutter http://www.fiat500usaforum.com/showthread.php?40522-2015-Abarth-stuck-in-limp-mode-after-brick-replacement-How-to-get-it-to-train
Forge Wastegate / Blow Off Kit (Atmo) - EC V4.1 - FMIC? http://www.fiat500usaforum.com/showthread.php?40503-Forge-Wastegate-Blow-Off-Kit-(Atmo)-EC-V4-1-FMIC&goto=newpost Thu, 07 Sep 2023 22:19:35 GMT
I have joined you as a new rookie, greetings to all! I have a fiat 500 turbo. I've been getting error code p0299 recently on my vehicle. I don't experience any pressure loss but I noticed that most complaints are a problem circulating around the wastegate and fmic. For this reason, I want to upgrade my stock vehicle with many aftermarket products. I bought the Forge atmospheric blow off kit. Now I'm planning to buy a wastegate. Can I use both products in harmony? Is ec v4.1 really a good decision? Or is the very fun v2.1 preferable? I don't know much about fmic aftermarket products, I need your advice and good wishes.
Fiat 500 ABARTH Engine and Drivetrain Tuning hcanalagoz http://www.fiat500usaforum.com/showthread.php?40503-Forge-Wastegate-Blow-Off-Kit-(Atmo)-EC-V4-1-FMIC