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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-31-2012 Thread Starter
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Car running rich with tune?

Using bama 91 tune for my 05 gt for my cai and axleback for a few months now. Noticed that when I walked around the back of the car the other day the tips were covered in black residue. Decided to take my slps off and change the exhaust. When I pulled off the exhaust it was covered in the black stuff it was literally caked on. Noticed car smokes a little upon first start up. Took off throttle body but was completely clean. Problem with car or tune, opinions?

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To turn things black it would have to be so rich it wouldn’t run right. Your probably sucking oil through the PCV valve.


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I have almost similar problem . Got a 07 gt with jlt cai o/r x pype (cat delete). Run frpp 91 tune car runs really rich by smell somewhat black smut on axle back tips. Im thinking its tune . Plan on getting custom tune at a local performance shop soon. If any ideas before I spend the money on that will be appreciated
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