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Old 08-24-2011, 02:15 PM   #48 (permalink)
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Blue Meanie - '02 Volkswagon Golf TDI
90 day: 48.52 mpg (US)

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Can you make the spread sheet that you posted last page available to the public. I do not know the setup of the fuel system on your car but I would suggest checking the max psi the pump can push and possibly looking into getting an adjustable fuel pressure regulator (FPR). The reason for the FRP is if you are able to increase the pressure in the system the injectors can push more fuel out in the same time window effectively making them larger.

I know that this works for traditional systems because a few guys with pre-obdii supercharged Bonnevilles have used this to add fueling when going to a smaller pulley and adjusted it to the safe zone.
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