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So, I talked to Brian Leask yesterday...

... And he is back in business. My WUR is going out today.

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Old 08-19-2014, 06:22 AM
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That's definitely good news. His webpage is back up, too.

Adjustable 930 WUR Website
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And his customer service is great. We're lucky to have him. Good stuff.
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Great news.
Brian's a righteous dude.
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Alright! I've been waiting patiently. One of the last (for now) motor mods I want to do.
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I've got one of his wurs and it works great. If you don't have one already get one!
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Wait....what? Details man, we need details!
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Yes, whoever has adjustable WUR stand alone or with RPM controlled solenoid valve could you please comment what real life improvement does it make?

I am debating should I get it and $650 is not a small change for me, unfortunately...

Also, does it work the same way for older 930s (mine is '78, modified with Tial 46 (1 bar spring),) Kokeln turbo and IC, BB stainless full exhaust, enhanced Fuel Distributor) and 1985+?

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Far better control of the fuel curve = better AFR = better power = better MPG. Win, win, win.
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Good to see he's back!
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Yes, whoever has adjustable WUR stand alone or with RPM controlled solenoid valve could you please comment what real life improvement does it make?

I am debating should I get it and $650 is not a small change for me, unfortunately...

Also, does it work the same way for older 930s (mine is '78, modified with Tial 46 (1 bar spring),) Kokeln turbo and IC, BB stainless full exhaust, enhanced Fuel Distributor) and 1985+?
You've obviously spent some coin on those mods, so why wouldnt you allow the car to reach its potential with an optimal tune?

I've got the WUR with rpm switch and can vouch for its effectiveness.
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Yes, whoever has adjustable WUR stand alone or with RPM controlled solenoid valve could you please comment what real life improvement does it make?

I am debating should I get it and $650 is not a small change for me, unfortunately...

Also, does it work the same way for older 930s (mine is '78, modified with Tial 46 (1 bar spring),) Kokeln turbo and IC, BB stainless full exhaust, enhanced Fuel Distributor) and 1985+?
I've had the adjustable WUR and rpm solenoid for 8 years, fuel mixture is perfect and I've not had a fuel (lean) issue on the track, which equates to no blown motor. Spend the $$, best insurance policy you can buy on a turbo car.
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Bl wur

I was hoping that someone would pickup where Brian left off...this is even better.

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Looks like my WUR will be back in my hands as possibly soon as end of next week. Now that the word is out, I'm thinking these short lead times are going to get a wee bit longer. ��
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True story about Brian Leask's service - about seven years ago or so, I sent Brian a WUR and it was back in my hands in about a week, and I had not even paid for the service yet (no CC or Paypal info, no deposit, nothing). Needless to say, I was really pleasantly shocked.
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Yeah I've never seen customer service with the same level if awesomeness! Is that a thing? Indeed it is.
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Glad he is back, great guy
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Howdy,
Mark gets back in the saddle and Brian is back making WURs. There hope for us all!
I want to send my WUR off to Brian and though when I click on his contact link my computer wants to open outlook which I don't have.
Anybody (including Brian if he's here) have a way to contact him so I can send this off?
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From the website listed above:
info@930wur.com
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Thanks Rich,

Maybe I didn't articulate clearly enough. When I click on that link (info@930wur.com) my computer routes me to an "Outlook" set up wizard. I try installing that link into the address bar and no successful search. I google it and just get back to Brian's initial website.

I guess I'll have to laptop it down at the local coffee shop and see what happens.

I don't know why he doesn't just put his contact info in the initial website.

Any further ideas?

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