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Well, this afternoon it acted normally from a cold start. I think was it was, the nipple on the lower part of the throttle body had come off, it was throwing the AMM off, and making the AFR mixture wacky. So, it was burning off all the extra fuel, etc. The ECU had been powered off as well, it was starting a new cycle of "thoughts" so the brain was pretty confused what the hell I was doing to it........
And, I'll say that once sorted out, a NA engine with an LPT is a spirited beast. It runs really well now, makes me wonder how I got so lucky after working on it for 8 years. Now, the brand new drivetrain actually drives like a brand new drivetrain should.
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