You know when that XE catch can dual/single will be ready, really looking to get one in this summer.
This is an old picture but most is the same. The small filter on the right (breather) OCC has been replaced with a fuel hose going down under the car so the vapor blow out under the car and don't smell up the engine bay and in turn the passenger cabin.Do you have pics somewhere of your dual catch can setup? Im new here, still figuring out this forum format, lots and lots of info to search thru but I need the info now �� as time for searching is leading me nowhere real fast... also, I have the 2016. Manual tech package, bought in Oct. Last year, brand new and already have 12000 miles, and its fully stock. Could you tell me what I need in way of upgrades to protect and maintain the turbo and engine ? I dont race, but i do put 500 miles on the interstate commuting weekly and drive at speeds 80 to 90mph... im always running late. I also drive those speeds in 6th gear and now i learn of lspi.... tell me im not damaging my engine please??
I don't think it was a question of the sensor being dirty. The new updated sensor is calibrated differently or increments differently thus smoothing out the responsiveness noticeably.I pulled my factory sensor and it was really clean (I'm at 19xxx miles). So I just used some cleaner and put it back on. I did not notice any difference. I did not have OCC until very recently too.
It's a known fact that products ordered on rainy days are of lesser quality :crazy:Makes sense! Perhaps I will order a new one on a rainy day.
Regarding the map sensors:One measures the IAC temps and the second measures pressure in the manifold. The old number was hesitant on the manifold on my 2016.