Originally posted by RarlyL8
What you do need to do, in order to be properly informed, is to purchase some diagnostic tools. A CIS pressure tester and a wide band A/F meter or LM1 is a good start. Put all your go fast goodies on the engine and tune it up. Once you get it running well check the A/F ratio throughout the full RPM range, either with the A/F test equipment or on a dyno. With that data you will know if your WUR needs adjusting.
These tools have now been added to my list to get. I have to do a valve adjustment and tune up anyway soon. Getting close to that 60k mile service. It would be nice to tune it up once with all my new parts installed.
And thanks for the tip on the smog equipment stuff too. I'd like to get that all out of there to clean up the engine compartment.
It doesn't sound like my master plan was too far off then. Thanks everyone!!!