RMP problem
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This is a discussion on RMP problem within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; as I was driving to work this morning, i encountered a weird thing. the engine was rather cold, and as ...

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    RMP problem

    as I was driving to work this morning, i encountered a weird thing. the engine was rather cold, and as i pulled to junction and pressed the clutch, the rpms went down to almost zero. i had the feeling that the car was going to stall, but it didn't. havent seen anything like that since. any ideas?

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    do you have a BOV?
    dude one time i tried to put the trailer bully into the coiler, and I got all messed up

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    nop

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    list your mods. I had a problem like this with my old wrx when it was cold also. It would have cold start problems and you'd feel like it was going to stall. It went away after i did the silencer delete for some reason. Did i forget to mention the aem cai was causing it.
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    a Prodrive Stage 1(midpipe and cat-back)
    i actually consulted with a friend of mine, and he said it's most likely the valve, that controls the idle, just got stuck for a moment. a common thing on turbo Audi, he said.

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