Will the dv be moutned to my ic piping? and recirculated to the maf intake pipe? ( and mounted after maf sensor?)
Don't mean to intrude on your thread but you seem to be getting some good responses from people who know what they are talking about.
what are the limitations for a stock 12v vr6 head, say running a 263 cam. i have a fully built short block on the way...
I plan on running at least a gt30r
If you're going to OBD2, then no, there's no ISV - its function is replaced by the stepper motor in the throttle body.
Are you talk about the plugs into the back of the fuse block? Just hold down the tabs and wiggle, they can be pretty stuck in there. You can use a small flathead to pry them out.
I tried posting a pic of my parts but it didnt work, ill post it soon...
On another note, i need some tips for fueling. I have a custom sri and it came with a fuel rail. I will need bigger fuel lines (assuming the size of feed and return) and a way to hook up an fpr, I heard it was a bitch..
Can someone please show me some pics or just give me some general info about how i can set all this **** up? I also would like to install a fuel pump, so any directions on the install for that would be GREAT!
I am getting really close to start this build and would like to cover everything before I get stuck.
Another fueling question. I am looking at this fpr adapter..
It looks like the fpr would mount on the oposite side of stock. If this is the case, would i plug the far side of my fuel rail(driver side)? feed like goes in the top, return is in the bottom correct me if im wrong
Would I be good running stock fuel lines to this adapter? I am running #42 injectors
Last edited by kushdubber; 11-27-2011 at 04:17 PM.
After doing some more reading, i can ditch the whole fpr adapter idea and use an ajustable one. I am thinking it will be better for the long run and tuning?
This way I can hood up the feed and return fuel lines to each end of my rail and hook those up to my adj fpr.
still my question is, should I upgrade all my lines to braided ones? I plan on installing an inline fuel pump as well.. so whatever help on that would be great.
Correct me if any of that is wrong
Just a helpful hint (before breaking the locating tabls off of your engine harness copnnectors) - there is a plastic "locking bar" that slides over about 1/2", this must be moved before attempting to remove the connectors from your CE2 panel.
If you don't want to remove your OBD1 harness, you do have other engine management options.
Eurodyne Maestro Tuning, Stand-Alone ECU Install/Tuning/Wiring Harnesses