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Old 12-06-2010, 04:09 AM   #31
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Do the Aus 3800s have an electronic FPS?
no it does not. But you can install one. There is a way to do it with the factory one. but first i got to do some tests.
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Old 12-06-2010, 11:33 AM   #32
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Thanks bro.

I am a auto electrician so i know my way around the EFI system.
The pressure will only go up when the nos is activated theres a few ways of doing this mate.
One hint is fuel pressure regulator.
I was going to post something similar to X'* statement but tweaking the OEM fuel delivery System to accommodate the nitrous in an ingenuine approach. And would be alot safer than spraying gasoline down an air intake sytem not designed for fuel delivery. I suspect if done correctly, it could give you more power than the nitrous nozzle is rated for. I would only add that copper plugs would fit the purpose best and timing parameters should be played with for efficiency. Excited to hear what results you get with this.
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Electric fuel pressure regulators...now that'* pretty cool. Also excited to see what you'll do with this.
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3800 RWD, thats just straiight sex
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Old 12-07-2010, 02:04 AM   #35
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Electronic FPRs have been on the Ferd 3.8 V6 engines for a while now. What a world!
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Nicee ride!
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those ecotec 3800'* sound different than the regular 3800 the u.* gets.
they sound much better, more euro like. less rasp.
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In Aus, they call our Series II 3800 an Ecotec, and their own Series II engine is what we call a Series I.

US:
LN3
L27 - Series I
L36 - Series II

Aus:
LN3 - Series I
L27 - Series II
L36 - Ecotec

The difference is in the intake, but that wouldn't make a difference in exhaust sound. What you're hearing is likely the better flowing exhaust of a RWD setup.
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hi guys i 2 have a rwd the same as my fellow aussie,still not finished with it yet though,just needs something else,oh thats it twin turbos on my vt v6 would do just fine with all my previous mods!!!!!!!!!!!!
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I like this guy ^^^
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