That's the same stall I have in mine
HO cams in mine for now.alrighty sir ill get it dialed in without the juice within the next month and get her lightened up and some shorter tires possibly...and ill let you guys know what happens...what cams do you have? and with the 206s and the 08 intake manifold would a 2800 stall be a good decision before the nitrous?
How does it run with the stock tb? Possibly an issue with the tps sensor. I've changed about 4-5 of those so far. Mopar sensors seem to work the bestI see and is it pretty reasonable priced?! another question I have for anyone that's ever used the f&b 70mm throttle body is, is what the heck is wrong!? ive been trying to get this darn thing to work right for the past month I adjust the tps and itll surge, then I try adjusting it the other way and it idles really high!...ive tried re setting the pcm several times but one thing that stays constant is that it sometimes doesn't idle back down when coming up to a stop light please help guys I had to throw back on the stocker because I got so pissed with this 385 doller paper weight
Awesome! I sure will!..what are you thinking I should run N/A haha im going to the track this weekend but havnt been able to get it tuned yet...so Ill just have to run with the superchips 91 tune but that's only if I can get this throttle body to work right lolHO cams in mine for now.
As for the converter, definitely takes moparsz's advice!
I see.. ive tried adjusting the tps and it didn't seem to do anything.. im wondering if maybe filing down the shaft that enters into the tps would help because ive tried loosening it...that brings us to the third and final option of seeing if its the power steering sensor? I wonder how I could fix that? because ive tried calling bruce several times and havnt got a call back...I just wish it would work! lolI recall hearing there were some issues with idling and the 70mm F&B. I have one and zero problems. It also seems that the problems are only apparent on the 70 and the 72's don't seem to be affected. From the quick research I did last night it seemed they had it narrowed down to a signal from the power steering pump/sensor. Another person reported fixing it by not tightening the TPS fully, just enough to keep it from moving, suspected that the shaft was slightly too long and binding inside the TPS. A few others were reportedly able to fix it by carefully removing the metal bushings in the TPS which makes the hole larger allowing the TPS to be "adjusted" and supposedly cured some. The report of it being related to power steering pump/sensor is legit and straight from F&B, the other info is "internet" info and should be treated as such, might be/might not be true.
I could not find where they ever found a "for sure" cure for those that experienced it but may have just not found it. I would suggest calling F&B directly, I believe Bruce is the owner. He would be able to give you the real answer. If still no cure for the problem, he might swap you for 72? Also a call to Nick @ AIRRAM would be another best place for straight info.
If you were able to adjust it and it did not respond ...... Did you check voltage readings while adjusting or just listen for motor response? Would recommend cking voltage readings while adjusting and report back.I see.. ive tried adjusting the tps and it didn't seem to do anything.. im wondering if maybe filing down the shaft that enters into the tps would help because ive tried loosening it...that brings us to the third and final option of seeing if its the power steering sensor? I wonder how I could fix that? because ive tried calling bruce several times and havnt got a call back...I just wish it would work! lol