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Location: Austin, TX
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1. You may be fine without the damper as long as you run sequential. The damper helped dampen fuel pressure pulses when the factory batch-fire, fired all 6 injectors at once.

2. Can't answer, did my conversion on a 3.2.

3. I believe that is documented in the MegaManual.

4. If there's a variable reluctor inside the 930 distributor, than yes. But using Ford EDIS is pretty simple to add and gives you huge bang for buck in streetable driving. I can dial over 50 degrees part-throttle cruise timing for super good gas mileage.

5. The Bentley manual gives you ohms to temp parameters to plug into TunerStudio. Very simple. GM coolant temp is already pre-determined and use a '90's BMW TPS (any model but 318) on the Carrera throttlebody.

Good luck!
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