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ONLY VOTE IF YOU HAVE A STROKED ENGINE. Do you often throw a P0300 code around idle?

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So it appears that a common issue with a stroker motor is a P0300 at or near idle.

I have a hunch that since the pistons will accelerate/decelerate faster with a longer stroke, that it will be more likely to trip the "limit" that is designed for a stock stroke and throw a misfire code. But first, I want to see what percentage of guys running stroker setups have this issue.

Please only vote on this poll if you have a stroker setup.

Related discussion thread: http://www.evoxforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=67682
 

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Interesting thought, I would still think its more the clutch noise like we've been seeing but who knows. I thought mine was clutch noise but with Baka's tune I haven't seen it ever.
 

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Nothing yet, but it could be disabled in my tune I'd have to check
 

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I do not see a p0300 disable
 

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52680022, which by the way, I used to have Tephramods (52680122) but I seem to have lost them? lol Is there a way to change the internal ID for a .hex?
 

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52680022, which by the way, I used to have Tephramods (52680122) but I seem to have lost them? lol Is there a way to change the internal ID for a .hex?
Not sure about changing the internal ID, but you can just copy and paste your maps from the 0022 ROM to the 0122 ROM.

Do you need the tephramod definition as well?
 

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No I've got that, but I dont see a p0300 disable in there?
 
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