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This home-brew mod will only work on the cold pressure.
Come to think of it, I believe there might be a way of accessing a screw on the bottom of the WUR that handles the warm pressure. I can't remember, now, but it might be under a plug on the bottom side of the WUR. I didn't bother messing with it any further when I couldn't get the home-done WUR mod to control my IA fuel head, so I broke down and got a Leask and haven't looked back!
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It is not uncommon for the injector block bolts to be loose. Easy to check and fix.
I agree! Start with the small easy stuff ( the low hanging fruit) before buying anything.
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Guys,

Thanks for all of your help thus far. I have been out of town and working a lot and have not had time to dig into the car much. I arrived back home this past Sunday and wanted to catch the tail end of the first auto-cross that my local PCA chapter was putting on so I got in the car and went.

Miraculously, the car did not have the rough running issue when cold. The only thing that it was doing was kind of hesitating a little under load before the turbo kicked in. I was driving rather slow in the beginning and after it warmed up and I put the hammer down it did not hesitate anymore. The car idled fine and ran good. There was a even a stretch of road where I quick took her up to 150 and eased off. Man, it got there quick. I was impressed!

Does anyone have any idea why the problem disappeared this last time and if it may pin-point or at least narrow down what the problem actually could be?

Thanks,
Bryan
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