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dual point + fmu ???

Old 04-03-2007, 11:57 PM
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Default dual point + fmu ???

getting rid of my winter beater, and i want to slap together a true hmt kit and make money off this pile. plus theres a ton of demand for OMG its boosted around here...

anyways its dual point d15b2 if i use what i have laying around at about 5~6psi will n fmu be sufficient? i know on multipoint its hardly done much harm but when do u draw this line for dual point!! lol i no i no
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Old 04-04-2007, 10:41 AM
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dont think ill actualyl do it but i am curious still....
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Old 04-04-2007, 06:18 PM
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Like any fmu fuel pressure is the key to making it work so you would need to at the least install a larger intake fuel pump to keep up with the much high pressure. Also set dist back around 4 degress for your basic 5-7 psi kit. I have seen a couple of these and well your not going to make much more power through the dpfi manifold and its 25mm throttle body but in reality it will be driveable power wise it would be in the well set up d16a6 basic all motor stuff 125-130 whp
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