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    RFI Stalling Issue

    I have 3 RFI's here and they all have pretty much the same issue. They run very rough under 2000 rpms, and usually won't idle. They run perfect above that. They don't give fault codes on buds. The tps is new and has been reset (as per the manual), new cps, has new gas & plugs, compression 150, fuel press 60, new fuel injectors, rotary clearance .015", raves are free.

    Seeing that I have 3 of these similar skis, somebody else must of seen this.

    Thanks for any help.


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    what years ? There have been changes in the TPS adjustment in the last few years. What are you using to do it? Programer or Buds ? Newer or second generation RFI will idle on one plug and seam ruf. Are you another 3D owner asking? . They are different. 3D has dry pipe and a second generation RFI engine
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    they are all gtx's, 2001 and 2003.

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