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Fuel Pump Install (Walbro 255LPH)

Old 11-12-2014, 03:52 PM
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No, none of that is needed for N/A. The stock injectors are plenty for non F/I applications, and the stock fuel pump can already support moderate levels of boost. A tune may help however, but your only real option is a piggyback computer.

Also, typically you gain power N/A by advancing timing. I'm not sure which piggyback computers have the capability. The AEM FIC I believe can only retard timing, not advance.

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The FIC cannot advance timing
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