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fpr AND fmu?

Discussion in 'Forced Induction' started by reckedracing, May 26, 2006.

  1. reckedracing

    reckedracing TTIWWOP VIP

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    if you're running check valves and an FMU, does the stock FPR need a vacuum line? or can you just leave it?
    i'm thinking it should still be connected for off boost/idling
     
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    yes it needs to be hooked up. FPR sets BASE rail pressue.
    FMU RIASES it 12:1 psi for psi of boost.

    but why in gods name are you using an fmu and check valves still?
     
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    fmu = 100
    check valves, 60

    chipping kit = 35

    ???
     
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    dyno time/wideband = 100-350 (still not bad, but im just sayin).
     
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    oh if only it were so simple
    i already have the FMU and check valves, it came with the setup, you think i'd buy this shit?

    but back to tuning
    precision 440's = 219ish
    wideband (the only one i would buy) = 400
    ostrich = 175
    burn1 = 85

    and i have no one local to tune my shit...

    i'm not really happy about running the hacks, but it'd be nice to drive the car instead of waiting for the $$$ to do it the right way
     
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