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Old 03-06-2005, 09:40 PM
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friend of mine has just completed a kit for his 3g 4cyl eclipse, yea its not a honda, but its the same thing, the car wasnt designed for boost, but it now has boost, my question, that i cant remember for ---- the answer to is if hes running larger than stock injectors and a apexi safc does he still have to have a fmu? i thought the afc does electrically through the ecu, what the fmu does mechanically through the different size disks?
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Old 03-06-2005, 09:55 PM
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Originally Posted by dsm
friend of mine has just completed a kit for his 3g 4cyl eclipse, yea its not a honda, but its the same thing, the car wasnt designed for boost, but it now has boost, my question, that i cant remember for ---- the answer to is if hes running larger than stock injectors and a apexi safc does he still have to have a fmu? i thought the afc does electrically through the ecu, what the fmu does mechanically through the different size disks?
No FMU needed when using an AFC.

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Old 03-07-2005, 04:48 AM
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...read the FAQ, this is all answered in detail there. Your "friend" should understand what he's putting in his car before he installs it. ..otherwise, he's sure to misuse it and blow his engine.
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Old 03-07-2005, 02:05 PM
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thanks xeno...i remember you being one of the better members before hmt went to ----, as for ef9 it took more effort to type that useless ---- than it would have to just agreed or given your insight you dipshit, i now remember why i deleted my name and havent so much as looked at the site in over 6months, thanks again xeno
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Old 03-07-2005, 06:21 PM
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jason, you jerk. stop making other people do their own research.

you're such a leech, jason, you give nothing to the community.

jerk!




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Old 03-07-2005, 08:27 PM
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IT's funny.. the one time I am not an ***, this jackass thinks I am... can't win. So ---- it.

Listen... apparently, you, and HIM don't understand what you're doing completely. The reason I said check the FAQ, is because it's all explained there... and yes, if you misuse ANY method of engine management, you're going to blow your engine.

Get your thumb out of your *** and realize when someone is helping you.

...not to mention, had you checked the FAQ before you ever posted, you wouldn't have had to post at all.... but apparently, it's easier to waste everyone else's time, not to mention your own, and to put in 15 seconds of effort in looking over the questions that listed in the very first post of the FAQ.


..but that's cool, ya, you're a merit to the board. Welcome back... tool.

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Old 03-07-2005, 08:31 PM
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Jason is the greatest!!!!

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