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Re: There is no such thing as a performance chip
the boost port is on the back of the SC.i am 100 percent its right one , i saw the trd instruction . I saw abunch of threads saying to run the FPR to the boost port , then when i got a piggy back ;s and a boost guage the area turned into a mess , 2 maps sensor lines , boost gauge and FPR hose all t off a single line.. my friend saw it today and laughed at the mess and said to get a vacuum block..
here the pcv valve pics >>>>???? is this safe
and the boost port mess the black line coming down is the FPR hose and the rest is going into the cab.
as far as setting the FPR without vacuum line on ?? i am running the stick FPR, and the idle fuel pressure is 43 and at 6 psi it;s almost to 50 psi
Define the location of your boost port please. The FPR vacuum line should come from somewhere behind the throttle body. So that it reads vacuum and boost.
Also, side note, always set fuel pressure and aftermarket regulator with the vacuum hoses not attached. Needed for accurate base. Then attach vacuum hose once proper fuel pressure is realized.
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Last edited by bwill808; 08-20-2011 at 08:48 PM.