Stu, do you go to the Turkey run 9n Daytona?
Clint had better be on top of his game with this transmission then.. my 3.55's work perfect on the street.He is working on a stall converter not sure how much longer I will have to wait..... And believe me the ass end still gets loose on the street!3.55 gears puts more stress on the 545rfe trans. Where's your trans Mark?
Would rather just add the 50-60lbs weight to the back of the truck and lower rear tire pressure to make it more controllable on the street. Just enough weight to have better traction to make it faster, not slower. Taking all things in consideration, it's a balancing act. That's how I did the 03. Will do the same with the 05.
PS. Happy to be making forward progress again with the 05. Makes me sick to think all this time it was the BBK 90mm throttle body that was causing the street driving tuning problems. There wasn't any codes or test to the tb that would tell me it was the problem. It looked like it was operating the way it should. Dave (B&G Performance) said, he has seen many problems with the BBK throttle bodies and recommended to go back to the oem tb. Thanks Dave.
The tune still needs adjustment but, no where near as bad as it was. Actually surprised it's running as good as it is with all of the changes I've done to it.
Keith's base 392 boosted tune runs strong now at wot. Even with just 6psi boost. Know I stretched/stressed everyone's patients out on this. Especially Keith and Becca. Truly sorry for that.
I was desperate on trying to find the problem that it seemed nobody had an answer too. Changing parts left and right to try and find the cause of the problem. It drove me crazy...
I have gone but, not sure if I can make this one on Thanks Giving weekend. Going to put time off in for that weekend and see if it gets approved. Most likely will have to call out sick...Stu, do you go to the Turkey run 9n Daytona?
The tune is actually running good. Yes, it will need adjustment. The tune can't be adjusted until this problem is fixed. You can feel, hear and see the miss after the forward spark plug in 1 & 3 cylinders starts fouling out. The rear spark plug in 1 &3 cylinders is firing fine and has no problem. At wot and full boost, the truck halls a$$. No sign of a miss at high rpm. only at the lower rpm.ITS THE DAMN TUNE!