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Old 13 Feb 2013, 10:01 pm
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Default Can a turboed civic not tuned right make the engine flood?

I'm about to buy a 1994 Honda Civic Ex coupe turbo. He told me the engine has a problem flooding. I was thinking it wasn't tuned right or turbo wasn't put on properly? What do you guys think why would the car do this? It's only boosted on like 5-6 pounds. And has a d16 motor.
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Old 13 Feb 2013, 10:18 pm
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When u have a turbo u get more air in the motor so you need more gas to. When they set it up they Prolly tuned it to where it has too much gas. Especially since it only 5lbs.
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