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Old 01-06-2007, 12:17 PM   #11
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is the a Fuel PSi gauge in the right side of the engine bay?
Yes. I'm running an adjustable FPR. That'* one of the little reasons the Gen3 swap worked on my car, and I was able to run such a small pulley (besides all the porting). I've already increased flow on this engine to push it past the limits of the stock L67 injectors. But with the adjustable FPR and a little patience and tuning, my fuel trims are right back where they should be, and I get better fuel atomization. You can slightly increase the fuel delivery rate of your injectors in this manner. Just make sure your injectors are healthy, rebuilt, and matched before then. It takes a LONG time and alot of mods to get to the point you need one.

I've been running this one for about a year now.
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Looking good! It'll be interesting to hear about the finished product.

(Where did you find those rusty old channel locks? Out in a field somewhere?)
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Sooo since I'm a noob and don't know squat about your car, whats it made of? I've read through various posts that it'* apparently a HP beast.
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It'* not an HP beast. It'* a TQ beast. Series 1 L67'* respond very differently to mods when compared to the S2.
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Sooo since I'm a noob and don't know squat about your car, whats it made of? I've read through various posts that it'* apparently a HP beast.
http://www.williamwren.com/mods.html
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Sooo since I'm a noob and don't know squat about your car, whats it made of? I've read through various posts that it'* apparently a HP beast.
http://www.williamwren.com/mods.html
That link is a little out of date already, but is a good indication. It'll be majorly re-done after the car starts for the first time in the spring.
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What'd you do with the charcoal canister?
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I see open vac line ends.
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Vapor recovery will be relocated to a bracket behind the headlight. I'm not bypassing it.

Washer fluid tanks will be swapped between the cars for the time being.
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