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Old 11-15-2014, 05:27 PM   #1
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3.4 motor swap into 1998 boxster

Anyone have any thoughts??

DME is 5.2.2 from the 2.5 Boxster


Intake and throttle body is from the 996 Carrera



Air filter box is from a 987 but converted to fit in the 986



3 1/2 inch silicon piping runs from air filter to throttle body



MAF is stock from the 996 with the 3 inch 987 tub that holds the 996 MAF



MAF is located approximately 6 inches from the throttle body opening.



oxygen sensors are the stock 2.5 oxygen sensors


Finally got the motor in the car and started it up today....major mile stone.

I had my DME re-flashed with a ROW flash. Am running CAT by pass pipes with no muffler as of yet.

Put the boxster 2.5 pre-CAT oxygen sensors on the by-pass pipes.

No seats in car yet.

Motor started right up...at idle ...NO FAULTS !!!

blipped the throttle a few times and got the following FAULT CODES:

P1319

P1318

P1317

P0300

P0306

P0305

P0304

P0150



I am only guessing......... I have a bad Oxygen sensor in bank 2 (4,5,6)



Cleared faults...and again at idle, it caused no fault code. gave it some revs. and same codes as above showed up.



Any thoughts?



Pictures and writ-up to follow.



Thanks, Bob

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Old 11-16-2014, 03:21 PM   #2
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If I understand what you are saying correctly, you used ROW Boxster flash for the DME. It will make the car run awfully lean with the 3" 996 MAF housing. The DME will think the engine is getting much less air than it really is and will adjust the injection of gas accordingly, i.e. the car will be running lean. I haven't studied your codes in detail, but believe you have 3 options.
1. Run with an aftermarket DME-tune from some of the reputable tuner that understands these things.
2. Re-flash with ROW 996 tune. (appropriate for the MAF house that you have in the car)
3. Run with the Boxster DME-tune and the original Boxster MAF housing.

Options 1 and 2 will understandable give you a little more power than op 3.

I believe that if you disconnect the MAF wiring, reset the codes with Durametric or by disconnecting the battery for 20 sec, the DME will revert to a "standard" mapping that it has stored and the car will actually be running a little rich, which is a much better situation, but don't run it for to long that way.
If you search this forum you will find that Byprodriver has written something on the subject.
My advise is to start up with new O2 sensors and fresh injectors if you want a smooth running, powerful engine. Don't ask how I found this out....
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Old 11-16-2014, 06:40 PM   #3
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Thanks BF I am on it and will report back in a few days.
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