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Has anyone had problems with stalling after installing the HS intake? I have the HS header and just installed the intake yesterday. If the engine is cold it usuallys idles high so it doesn't stall. However when it's been running for a while (like I'd stop to get something then start it back up), the idle drops very low (below 500, seems to be the cutoff) it'll stall. Any ideas on how to remedy this?

-Eric

edit: Here is a picture of the intake, but it's almost 900k so broad band only.
 
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http://www.se-r.net/faq/problems.html


This was posted somewhere I found it on www.ask.com it is regarding the SR20DE but they talk about the AAC, there is some good responses.
From what I have read the AAC seems to be a Nissan thing, other companies must call it something different.

You might want to try this:

http://www.se-r.net/engine/adjust_idle.html

OK last one, promise. This pic shouold help show where things are it is the 97 GA16DE but th setup of the engine LOOKS very similar to ours.

http://www.autotechonwheels.com/techtips/jan02/95-96_Nissan_Sentra_Cold_no_start.jpg
 

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HS CAI

installed it yesterday and very impressed. only question is the purpose is to get cooler air into the motor. the metal pipes used in almost every CAI will heat up as the motor does. this will heat up the air passing through the pipes.

doesn't this defeat the purpose????

to solve this problem GM has gone to plastic intake pieces, even the manifold. the plastic LS6 manifold is better than aluminum aftermarket manifolds.

shouldn't the CAI use plastic pipes or some other material that will not heat up as fast??????????
 

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actually no, plastic heats up faster than the metal. The metal looks better, and has better structural rigidity.
 
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