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Yes - it's D6 on the 5Gen ECU.

What the **** are you doing? Are you installing a turbo on a car without a Helm's manual? If you are, you're ****ing crazy.

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Speaking of turbos - not that I'm getting one - but you use a FPR to increase the amount of fuel delivered by the injectors. OK, that's fine and dandy. But how do you know what to set the fuel pressure to?

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by spite:
Speaking of turbos - not that I'm getting one - but you use a FPR to increase the amount of fuel delivered by the injectors. OK, that's fine and dandy. But how do you know what to set the fuel pressure to?
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You have to set it on a dyno. It also depends on the injectors as well.

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by 71dsp:
You have to set it on a dyno. It also depends on the injectors as well.

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Right... so... the leaner, the more power, up to a point. After that, the more your engine sounds like an alarm clock? :p

Hmph, there must be an easier way to get fuel set up on a turbo system.

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Yeah, keep playing with it until your engine detonates, then richen the mixture. If you go through the trouble of installing FI on a non-FI engine, you might as well do it the right way, and monitor the AF ratio on a dyno. Besides, most boosted engines will make max power at 12:1 to 13:1 AF ratios, far from lean.

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by spite:
Right... so... the leaner, the more power, up to a point. After that, the more your engine sounds like an alarm clock? :p

Hmph, there must be an easier way to get fuel set up on a turbo system.

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too rich and you'll losepower. if these things were easy to tune then we'd all be running around in turbo's and sc's.
 

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Actually, I'm not using a FPR, so to speak, but rather a fixed 12:1 rrr(rising rate regulator) AKA vortech fmu. But not like I am using it NOW...long story, more like nitemare
 
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