Last April I disassembled my f7 efi down to the ground and cleaned it and replaced all the bearings. After I reassembled it I ran it very little, but enough to know it was doggy at high rpm, I found the APV cables were pulling apart and just put it in storage with the thought of replacing the cables this fall. So I recently replaced them and tried to adjust them to the 1.35 cable length spec. Ran it 2 nights ago to find it's still doggy and the servo snaps open at the approriate rpm and then it closes in about 1 second and engine sits around 7000 to 7100 rpm, it doesn't open again until you rev it back up to the servo cycle rpm, 7100. So I built a tool that is exactly 1.35 inches in length and has a slit in the center to slide the cable into, then i just make the proper adjustment to reach the spec cable length. They were out of adjustment from when I first installed them but now are correct. I am still getting the same issue, no check engine light at all, but it does have a custom burn in the ecu for hillclimbing. What am I missing, and has anyone else experienced this?? Is the ecu causing the no check engine light possibly, like maybe it was programmed out? Any info is greatly appreciated!!