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[QUOTE=cole930;4532794]stup,


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[SIMPLE BOLT ON REQUIRES NO MODIFICATIONS.YOU WILL NEED A FEELER GAUGE FOR SETTING THE PLATE HEIGHT.
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I had always been under the impression you simply removed the bolt
holding the plate in place sit the venturi plate on top and reattached the
center bolt. You do need the feeler gauge to recenter the original metering
plate before you tighten it down. Mine came with it's own sensor plate as
well as the venturi plate and bolt. Then after reading Keith's post I thought I
had better check. The guy I talk to is the guy who used them and had
them made.

Cole
Dose not add up for me. I think you change them out.

Is anyone scheduled to dyno said plate to see if we get the extra fuel?

Again, if this works like it should it is basically a $100 fueler that will solve most owners want when it comes to running 1 bar boost.

I got one point more fuel by bleeding CP using basically an Andial fueler. If we did not have capacity left, this would not work.

If you richen idle to 3.5% CO, you will see more fuel up top. If we did not have untaped capacity, this would not work.

The MP shurly stalls. Add mass to it so the air flow pushes it down further and we will bet more fuel and a flatter AFR curve!

Can we get the metering plate to Brian or someone to test it on a dyno or using a Wide band on the street?
Old 03-09-2009, 01:06 PM
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