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car bogs after start up?

my car seems to bog and almost lag a little when i first start it up. when its cold or warmed up it doesnt matter.
almost seems like its running rich a little rich... but i have no idea.

checked the spark plugs and they were great.
tuned for summer if that affects anything i dont know.

its always when i start it up though and then goes away after 60-90 seconds of driving.
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Where do you come up with this stuff?

YOu post up that you have bent valves from a timing belt mishap - now complain about an uneven idle at cold start up. Do you know the valves (which shouldn't be bent) are controlling the fuel and air exiting and entering the engine.
You state running rich - is black smoke coming out the exhaust or do you smell gasoling inside the car?

If you live in Wisconsin you know a completely cold car will need a moment or two for the oil to start flowing and warm up just slightly.
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YOu post up that you have bent valves from a timing belt mishap - now complain about an uneven idle at cold start up. Do you know the valves (which shouldn't be bent) are controlling the fuel and air exiting and entering the engine.
You state running rich - is black smoke coming out the exhaust or do you smell gasoling inside the car?

If you live in Wisconsin you know a completely cold car will need a moment or two for the oil to start flowing and warm up just slightly.

well its not consistent... like today i started it up and drove it a few times and it drove great and did not have this problem....

then one day it MIGHT do this and bogg down for a little bit.
today was warm and so was yesturday (no problems) but i dont think that would really affect it because it does it when the engine is warmed up even after starting it.

lets just say its not the valves, what is your next guess it could be?
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Even a few degrees matters

Even a few degrees outside can bring the metal temps and liquid viscosity down to where it takes a few minutes for the oil to flow, have adequate pressure, and get more liquid and the metal parts loosen up, just slightly, as the metal warms up.
There is just some cold weather driveability that is not entirely avoidable.

Let the silly thing warm up for 60 seconds before driving. It's just the reality of fuel, cold metal, oil viscosity, piston pressure, mechanical parts and cold air and the engine sensors.
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I had to let my Talon TSI (4g63) idle for a good 2 ~ 4 minutes in the winter from a dead cold start, ran 20w50 in it...it did not want to move at all until it warmed up a little, oil pressure at idle was sky high.

I'm running 5w40 right now, temps are in the 30s ~ 40s and it takes my car about a minute to feel better...can't give it much gas but by the time i can go 35+mph its warmed up enough to be ok.

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I had to let my Talon TSI (4g63) idle for a good 2 ~ 4 minutes in the winter from a dead cold start, ran 20w50 in it...it did not want to move at all until it warmed up a little, oil pressure at idle was sky high.

I'm running 5w40 right now, temps are in the 30s ~ 40s and it takes my car about a minute to feel better...can't give it much gas but by the time i can go 35+mph its warmed up enough to be ok.
hmm ill take this into account as it seems it just needs to be warmed up but it just throws me off when i start it up when the engine is warmed up and it still does this. (not every time just every once in a while)
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fuel variances, oil temps, outside air etc

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hmm ill take this into account as it seems it just needs to be warmed up but it just throws me off when i start it up when the engine is warmed up and it still does this. (not every time just every once in a while)
YOu do understand that the fuel available in any given area, and therefore the liquid solution of gas in your tank, is not 100% consistent in octane and additives. IE - your car will start and run slightly different from time to time

At any given time with your oil level and the condition of your oil, and the outside air temps etc etc, air filter condition, engine sensor, battery voltage etc etc - you'll have minor variances in the cold start activity with your car.

Sometimes around here, in the summer, when it's 105 outside, my TEMP guage goes up to "normal" by the time I drive ONE BLOCK. The oil is already fluid and warm. Then even in cooler temps, I wait about 60 seconds until I feel no lumpy idle before leaving the garage.
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my car is starting to do this again... bogs after start up but goes away and runs great after a couple minutes of driving.

now the temperatures are getting warmer outside so not sure if the ECU is tuned for winter or what but one thing i do know is i have a exhaust leak that i had since i got the car but now its even worse. its leaking pretty bad acually.
could this cause a bad stumble on start up while driving? it always idles fine even when cold.

O2 sensor not getting the right amount of air with the combination of it getting warmer outside?
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