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  1. Just an update on the reported idle learning issues. I could not get the car to SSC as it kept throwing the engine light and went into limp mode a couple of times. So I decided to look into the issue myself. first port of call was to check ECU error codes. This is what my ODBII reader showed me. P2119 Throttle Actuator Control Range/PErformance P2135 Throttle Pedal Position Voltage Correlation P2104 Throttle Actuator - Forced Idle P2106 Throttle Actuator - Forced Limited Power. At first glance it was pretty obvious there was an issue with the throttle body, and P2
  2. Exhaust and headers are from Simply Sports Cars here in Sydney. Just wait till I get them to check the car over, I'd like to know the root cause of issue. Thanks for the link Dirk, do you track your Exige ?
  3. Imran, I do have still have a cat, it is just further down the line where the 3rd Evora cat is in the US version. Engine is also standard for now
  4. No need to apologise Mike, it is a valid question. Yes, I'm aware that when the ECU is reset it needs time to re-learn the idle. This process needs to take place and idle can be high or hunting for the initial 15-20mins or so. However the throttle response is still normal during the learning process, in my case it is not, some times it will not accelerate at all or not rev past 3000rpm. Imran, nothing on your marketing or testing however it should be noted so that people are aware of potential issues. As I said the cause is still to be determined and I will post error codes and cau
  5. look great PJ. to me the red is now all done, please don't over do it.
  6. Guys, I'm also experiencing some issues after fitting the intake where the car will not idle when cold and accelerator input is inconsistent, ,aka flat spot. Im getting ECU codes checked next week and will keep you posted. FYI - my V6 has headers and and 3" exhaust, everything was fine prior fitting the intake cause still TBD.
  7. I can confirm these don’t fit the Exige, due to hanger location as per above.
  8. yup, just use sandpaper to remove the pad build up. it's easy to fix and cheap if you're willing to add some elbow grease.
  9. Colin, Keep us posted on your solution and if you decide to DYI.
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