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I agree with everyone in that I do need to buy the CIS test tools. To clarify, I have not been doing any changes to my fuel system. I bought the "adjustable" unit for future plans and the other stock one to have as a spare. The one in my car is working fine.

So if the one I sold isn't holding a vacuum then I guess I am SOL. Ugh. Onto the shelf or into the trash it goes (I am not ready to send out a second WUR for a rebuild this month).

A question on reading the CP, has anyone installed a more permanent gauge setup to read this? Pardon my ignorance but could someone install an inline pressure sender so that this could be read on a gauge in the cockpit?
- 86 Porsche 930 - Mr.Hyde
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