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of course, you just won't know what psi your at.

Hmm, if i had re read what i wrote. i should of expected that answer!

That was what i was getting at, would i know what its at... but obviously not.

Id only be looking to bump it up 4 or 5 psi, which i have been recommeneded for starting my new engine up.

I guess ill have to try and find a gauge to get aswell..... :(
 

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You could raise it all the way on cold start to cause it to bog, if it even bogs, then lower it until it stops bogging..... then raise it up a little and raise the idle so it doesn't stall.

Yeah, I'm just guessing so...............
 

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that's true, but it goes up anyway when you give the car gas. It's in "how to tune and modifiy engine management systems" I forgot exactly why it does it, but it has to do with the vac. to the FPR's reference, that's why it has a vac. line to the manifold. If you have a fuel pressure gauge, rev the car up at the throttle body and you can see the pressure increase.
 
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