Yes it is and even better this weekend!!
Well the difference between us is that I only noticed the code on a routine VCDS scan. Nothing had happened on the road to make me concerned, and as I'm sure you would expect, I'm as sensitive to any glitches in my car's performance as anyone else here.@Dippy - that's exactly what mine said, Actual LPFP was 7.3 and specified or default is 4.99 bar and the error log started at 1800rpm to 2800rpm, which was when I was prodding the accelerator in disbelief that my lovely S5 was having a wobble! AND this was 2 years and 8k miles after my remap! I periodically check with VCDS and never seen these faults before. I do get a sporadic PCV valve fault logged, but this is always at idle 700rpm and when the engine has warmed up!? I don't notice anything untoward. No CEL lights.
SSP-624Not sure exactly how the 2 fuel systems work on the CREC engine, or how they switch between the 2 using the same tank fuel pump. I'm guessing the LPFP (tank pump) sends 5 bar of fuel to the HPFP, which has a line off before the HPFP piston/pump to the port injectors, then when demanded a solenoid commands the fuel from the HPFP to the direct injectors in the cylinders. Maybe at this point of switch over, is where we see this fuel pressure error? As it does seem to occur at or below 3krpm.
@Dave KwatroI think the way to tell if it's the new 'blend', it says Britain's best performance fuel on the trigger handle and some other Ads around the forecourt. My local one which is half a mile away from my house had big board stands further advertising it. But I guess all Shell stations will have it now.
Let us know!
So you and Dippy have these faults logged but nothing noticeable in the performance of the car. I have noticed a power cut, but the power will be there again after coming off the throttle and getting back on it. Looks like some sort of glitch!?Yeah. No loss of power on each of the 3 occasions I've had the P0089; once on the road and twice on the Dyno
I'm basically ignoring it because it's only 3 occurrences in 5 years (or in 2 years since MRC stage 2) and it seems to have no impact on the car's performance.
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Barely call it a 'box' anymore
I've got to tell you, its one of the best mods I've done to the car, it still looks totally stock from above, the cold side is totally open and doesn't seem to suffer from any heat soak from the engine, and I can hear the supercharger now but it's not ridiculously loud and I can still use the stock filter.Ha ha! That's pretty much an open cone induction kit now! BUT, probably better as the filter is still shielded by 3/4 of the air box from the engine! Bet you can connect the secondary air induction pipe through the big hole, dead easy!?
Yeah that's what mine is like, can hear the SC, but I have only hole sawed mine and removed the snow shield. Mine cost £65 for the ITG cone filter. Makes £350 for some shields look a little over priced!I've got to tell you, its one of the best mods I've done to the car, it still looks totally stock from above, the cold side is totally open and doesn't seem to suffer from any heat soak from the engine, and I can hear the supercharger now but it's not ridiculously loud and I can still use the stock filter.
The best bit though... It didn't cost a penny.
Yes I found a second hand IE intake pipe from an early kit. It didn't fit to the stock airbox but after trimming back slightly it went in like a glove. Changing that added some sound and I tried with no box at all just to see what an open intake was like (filter still attached) it was too much for me but taking out 1 side of the airbox is just right and shouldn't be affected by hot air.Have you replaced the intake pipe? I'm sure I saw that you had the IE intake?