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The wire can be connected to any small light ( usually red ) in a high visibility area. As the race shop said "if you do not see the light go on when on boost above .09 get off the gas" as it is shown on the dyno sheet it will be too lean without the extra enrichment. That particular street build is 3.4 liter w 470 torque/ 478HP 1.0 bar dyno'd at the crank.

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The enrichment knob and the red light are just to the left of the shift knob.
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Oh wait, I think I found it! the mystery knob right between the climate control knobs on the center console. I have 5 settings. But Still......

Well crap, I got the car with a RUF R-4 exhaust, K27-7006 Turbo and Andial intercooler and 1 bar spring. stock headers though.

I wonder if I should keep this in the car then. But if I am using the leask adjustable WUR and modified fuel head will it be unnecessary? the car does not feel like it has anywhere near 400 HP.

I wish I wasnt getting so much clutch slip, I would love to have it Dyno'd.
I would keep it intact, add headers and have a good aircooled guy go thru it. I would suggest Orbit, they did a lot of work on my car by the PO.
My car is very similar to yours, but with headers and a good clutch, it would spank my stock 993tt.
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Cool, if I keep it I would definitely like a light.

I have some big oil leaks to address and will pull the motor. Will do a KEP Stage 1 I think. Will do the usual K27-HF, Rarelyl8 headers, zork, 1 bar spring, and maybe sc cams, adjustable wur and modified fuel head. I have no idea what power output to expect, and for all I know someone already did the cams (just my luck to pull it all apart and find that i am sure).

Pre-modded cars that come with stuff the PO didnt know about is always a mixed bag i guess.

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the car does not feel like it has anywhere near 400 HP.

I wish I wasnt getting so much clutch slip, I would love to have it Dyno'd.
Id say get an AFR meter before you do anything with it. You may be fine as is. The other thing is you'll never get a feel for the HP it has with a slipping clutch. It could be quite fast but just slips.
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well it wasnt slipping when i first got it, and it didnt feel like much more than my brothers stock euro car. Like I said, oil leaks first. then I am putting in the boost gauge and looking into an AFR gauge.
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[QUOTE=Groovie Ghoulie;6846017]well it wasnt slipping when i first got it, and it didnt feel like much more than my brothers stock euro car.QUOTE]

You are missing some serious kick ass dude. A stock euro will go nowhere near these things. You have a big xmas coming - probably when you sort the clutch. Or maybe it is badly tuned? An AFR will help that.
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I think its tuned correctly, but needs all new rubber hoses, intercooler lines, prolly plugs, check fuel flow, etc. Lots of stuff to do. Nice winter project.
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I have the same boxes under my seat.....how do I know it's working? How do you troubleshoot it?

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