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Join Date: Jun 2014
Location: Brisbane, Australia
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Ok Gents,
We've collectively gone through the phase one prototype stage.
We've shown we can do it. Now we need to discuss how we want to do it for particular models before we progress.

1 simple block as per prototype with remote mounted pressure sensor somewhere else in the CP line, with or without Bosch damper as appropriate.

2 more complicated and less flexible all in one attempt containing injector sensor and damper in the one block.

Looking at your existing WUR and the CP plumbing
a. are there any clearance issues regarding height, width or length that should be catered for? e.g. limited or no space to the left of the WUR due to proximity of throttle body on xx 911

Len from Autosport Engineering is on board for proper metric fittings and lines for anyone who needs factory level plumbing

For anyone wanting to go AN lines I have access to a small quantity of M8-Dash3 M-M stainless fittings if required

I'm also putting together a Wiki on one of our servers for documentation and will publish as we go through the second stage verification
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