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Like Fairman said, without a fully adjustable WUR, you'll run the risk of tapping the adjustment too far [possibly way too far] and won't have the easy ability to pull it back up [screw it back up] like the BL WUR.

If you haven't already, i'd do the following B4 you get your BL WUR:

1. Start with cold car
2. Unplug the WUR
3. Hook up the CIS gauges
4. Turn on Key
5. Pull airflow plug [on back of CIS intake] and get your pumps running
6. Note the reading [you're looking for 2.3 - 2.5 BAR

Report back... If you need immediate assistance, shoot me an email at:
mooney265@aol.com - - - - and, I'll walk you thru those 6-steps.

Shannon
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