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Old 09-07-2006, 11:15 PM   #51
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Oh ya and install the gauge first so you know the base stock pressure and then do the regulator so you know where to go.
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If you have difficulty starting at any point, you'll know you went too far. That adjustable FPR will easily kill 5-10 of KR caused by high boost/lean mixture even with a stock PCM.

I've seen the same positive effects as the bullet. It'* the #1 reason I'm still running stock injectors.
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Look at the much smoother inlet transition the Gen V has.





The inlet looks larger in diameter on the Gen V.
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The inlet looks larger in diameter on the Gen V.
Would you measure to be sure ...
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Yup, it'* bigger.

The stock opening is 70 mm.

The Gen V opening is 76 mm.

That'* 1/4" bigger in diameter.
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