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Old 05-Apr-2005, 12:48 AM
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Rexy Is Hurting

Poor Rexy Something Is Wrong With Her.She's A Sexy Beast I Wish She Was My Girl Friend 17 Years Old All Hooked Up Little ZC DOHC Engine With Short Ram Intake Sexy Chrome Headers Full Cat Back Exhaust With A Custom Fire Ball Style Muffler With A Left Slant. Her Box Consist Of LSD Tranny 9 Lbs Fly Wheel And A Stage 3 Clutch.

Symtoms: Stalls Out

Ok I'm Driving Then When I Slow Down I Step On The Clutch The RPM's Will Drop So Low That It Stalls Out.

Or When I Stop When I Step On The Clutch And The Brakes The RPM's Dip So Low That My Car Stalls Out.

What Is Wrong With Rexy?

Some One Help Me

This Has Caused Me Not To Be Able To Sleep
Some One Help

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Old 05-Apr-2005, 01:58 AM
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sounds like a vacuum problem. hook up a vacuum gauge and check your readings. proceed from there.
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Old 05-Apr-2005, 04:56 AM
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im having the same problem as you speak of, but with my DOHC ZC

when i step on the brakes it causes the idle to drop low, then bounce back up, i tried a custom chipped ECU, and got rid of a code, and it stopped, but going back to stock it continues to do the same thing.


check for codes, i bet we have the same problem, and the 9lb flywheel makes it just enough for it too stall!
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Old 05-Apr-2005, 02:31 PM
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Could it be the ECU??

Could it be the ecu? I think my ECU is from a 87/88 acura integra can that be the problem???
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you should take that to a shop quick, we dont' want people to see a honda stuck on the side of the road now do we
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Old 06-Apr-2005, 01:46 AM
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good to see someone so in love with their honda how cute, u guys were meant to be
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Old 07-Apr-2005, 10:47 AM
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Originally posted by kIeRaN
good to see someone so in love with their honda how cute, u guys were meant to be

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im saying it sounds like a vacuum problem and that fly wheel probibly just amplifiys the prolem like red90dx said
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Old 07-Apr-2005, 03:21 PM
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Poor Rexy

do you think i can higher the idle?
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did you guys ever end up solving this? Having a similar issue I would like to get fixed. I aswell have a lightened flywheel but only 12lbs
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when decelerating and the idle drops, alternator is usually the culprit. a little idle drop is fine, but not too much and in your case it causes u to stall. Id suggest having your electrical system checked.
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