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2011-04-14 16:58:34
Originally Posted by se200
Get the 255 pump. The stock fpr with work fine but the nismo afpr with a gauge is a must for real tuning. I have seen pumps fail and the motor will not last so spend the $ on a good pump... Think about it a 100$ pump is worth it. A replacement motor will run you 800$ or more.

Tuning with a FPR? Are you serious?
2011-04-14 17:00:05
thats what im saying LOL
2011-04-14 17:08:04
Originally Posted by blairellis
Tuning with a FPR? Are you serious?

Helps some people

Originally Posted by Andreas
Had to bring base fuel presure to 38 PSI because the car ran to rich at 44 PSI, aside from that, the car ran flawless. The ECU will be sent back for some fine tuning because the car has a fuel mixture of 6.5 - 8.5 RPMS of 11 to 1. We could not lean it out using fuel presure anymore becuase the fuel mixture is at 12 to 1 between 5,000 and 6,000 RPMs.
2011-04-14 17:17:07
If you want to put a band-aid on a bullet wound, sure, go ahead. It's still not tuning. JWT locks their setups down so you can't tune them. Like Dre said, he has to send it back to be tuned. You need a Calum/NisTune/EMS of sorts to do any kind of tuning.
2011-04-18 17:22:24
Ok so I just got everything hooked up last night and I was able to start it this morning and when idling until about 2000rpm there would be a loud squeaking sound. What could this be from?
2011-04-18 19:43:07
check the tension on your belts first
2011-04-18 19:56:32
Well it's a new sound it wasn't there before
2011-04-18 20:41:58
Alternator is squeaking I bet.
2011-04-18 21:26:16
yeah i would say alternator belt, check the tension on it and see if it is too tight or the belt is worn
2011-04-18 22:11:36
lol this post is awsome tunning with a fpr
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