This may not be the right answer, but I believe it has something to do with it. The Computer on the Dakota has a "look up" table for temperature, vs fuel/air mix, vs timing. I am also told it sort of stores this information based on the last operating cycle queries from the computer to the various sensors that detect the necessary information (temperature sensors, oxygen sensors, fuel micture sensors, etc). The fault in this is if you don't drive the truck year round...for example I drive mine only in the spring and summer. The last day i drive the vehicle in summer may be 85 degrees, but the first day i start it up the next spring it is maybe 40 degrees. This completely freaks out the computer as based on its last run...it is expecting all the conditions or relatively close to it, from the last day it recorded. I always have to sit in the truck for close to 45 minutes before it will stay running on its own ...and I always require three or four restarts (been doing this every year since 1999...and it never changes) So how does this apply to you change of exhaust and component parts? It is essentially the same thing. If you changed parts that breathe freer or have the effect of changing fuel air mixture manifold temperature...it will behave the same way until it adjusts itself for the change. Even these 20 dollar resistors that you add to the sensors to trick the truck computer into thinking the air temperature is cooler thus running engine timing richer takes about a day to adjust itself to run right. So my advise is to run the thing for a while and give it time to figure out the right adjustments. One more point ...I think another fatal flaw with the Dakota design is that you might even outspec the factory Computer. In other words its possible you put on stage 1 or 32 or 3 upgrades that made the truck factary computer obsolete...this will cost you big money as you really must match the truck computer to the level of upgrades you have made. Now maybe...and I do say maybe a stage 1 upgrade does not require a truck computer upgrade...but I would bet stage 2 and beyond absolutely require an upgrade. So if your computer seems unable to relearn how to run correctly...my bet is your upgrades made you foactory truck computer obsolete because it cant make the enough of an adjustment to align with your changes.Hope this helps> maxvolt1@Verizon.net
no.......... I suggest you check with Stillen or Nismo ( Nissan motorsports ) they have all kinds of exhaust options for you. no.......... I suggest you check with Stillen or Nismo ( Nissan motorsports ) they have all kinds of exhaust options for you.
There are many ways to improve the horsepower output in engines. Bolt on products such as superchargers, ignition coils, and headers are popular options but can be expensive. Cheaper things you can do to obtain more horsepower are: installing a high flow air filter performance spark plugs and wires installing a Vornado using a higher power octane booster in the gas tank
A 70 cc Baja dirt bike can be made faster by installing bolt-on engine options. The intake and exhaust systems are the most basic upgrades and can quickly raise power making the bike faster.
As there are hundreds of Linux CDs, it is impossible to provide a comprehensive overview of what, if any, boot options they may provide.
Both programs come with spelling/grammar checking utilities, search/replace, as well as page formatting options, headers, footers and justification options.
Bottle a fart, and mail it to an orphanage.
Many options out there for you; ranging from a new Air filter and intake setup (K&N on mine and love it), to tuning the engine and transmission (Diablo tune here), replacing exhaust components (headers, cats, mufflers), to supercharging or turbocharging it... Endless opportunities, limited only by your wallet.
The reason for installing Microsoft Silverlight is to allow Microsoft users a better experience while running more options and programs to enhance their Microsoft experience.
IPv6 includes an improved option mechanism over IPv4. IPv6 options are placed in separate extension headers that are located between the IPv6 header and the transport-layer header in a packet. Most IPv6 extension headers are not examined or processed by any router along a packet's delivery path until it arrives at its final destination. This facilitates a major improvement in router performance for packets containing options
Many Canadian retailers sell vehicle exhaust tips. Autozone, Autoanything, and Jegs are some of the more reliable options that supply exhaust tips for sale.
The best possible way to connect headers would be as follows: 1) go to an auto store and get that style header. There is a difference in the length of bend off the block. A header off a 70's model will not fit the 80's and up, due to fender well and block spacing. 2) remove the pollution pump and accompanying parts. (robs horsepower anyway) This may cause your "check engine" code to appear though. 3) you may have to raise motor off mounts and install headers from underneath car. 4) your options for pipes are side pipes or 3and a half inch exhaust into flowmaster mufflers (or cherrybombs on backwards). 5) in order to run an exhaust out to the back, you must run the pipes very close to the drivetrain due to the underbody design from the factory.
With the Ford Mustang being an American staple of the auto industry, there are many manufacturers that offer a number of exhaust options. The best option for a Mustang exhaust may be a dual in-line exhaust. This option allows the best air flow, in turn, allowing the most power.
Find the drivers from the hardware manufacturer or use different hardware.
go to options video settings and then fps
Depends how much you want to spend. You can probably get a power chip for it, but they can be pricey. Likewise, having intake and exhaust manifolds ground out inside (removing certain ridges and casting flashings can improve airflow for increased hp)(not a DIY job for the inexperienced) can be pricey and results may be too small to be noticeable. Installing exhaust headers, and/or increasing exhaust pipe diameter may add power, but will likely affect emission controls adversely as will removing the catalytic converter (removing the catalytic converter is also illegal in most or all US states and Canadian provinces). Installing a freer flowing muffler may add some ponies as well but will likely be louder.For a "cheap", although typically not a very noticeable power increase, do a tuneup, an oilchange, and replace plugs and wires if they are older, and most especially replace the air filter. Avoid using power hungry options like a/c (a/c on with the engine fan also on, robs about 30HP!!).For a noticeable increase in power, replace the air filter with a K&N oiled media, non-disposeable, washable filter, but beware; most manufacturers don't recommend this since the filtration is not as good. It won't affect your warranty except if engine failure can be attributed to poor intake air filtration (which the warranter is guaranteed to try to blame if possible).
Yes, there is a good possibility that by installing combustible gas detectors will increase your protection and as a result reduce your insurance premiums. You can learn more about your options here http://www.generalmonitors.com/products/combustible_gasdetectors.html
the increase in communication options has resulted in more product options in all product categories.
The layout tab is the tab which allows for the creation of headers and footers in a document. Section breaks can also be used to differentiate between even and odd pages.
Open your document, then click on File - then Page Setup - then Other Options. Tick the box that says 'no header on first page - then click OK
$22,545 base price with no options. The 2011 has a $1600 price increase.
Increase the sensitivity bar in the options menu.
If its from condensation, you have 2 options; Either adjust the temperature of the room to the same as the floor or installing dehumidifiers to remove the moisture in the room.
The best reviews for buying auto audio systems was with www.crutchfield.com. They provide great products and helping installing information. If any problems occur while installing your audio system or after it is in use, there are many available support options to help with your needs.
Probably not. There are surgical options but they are hurtful and expensive.