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I'm about to start my turbo build and have a couple of quick questions

Is the stock rev limiter on the 7th gens a fuel cut or ignition cut? I don't want to lean out by accidentally hitting it.

What spark plugs should I run?

Is it okay to disconnect the PCV line from the IM and let that vent to atmosphere? Catch can will be installed in the future.



If I hit any snags during the build, I'll be sure to ask on here.
 

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Do some more research, but the pcv will need to be change up and a ventting should settup should be done.

Your need to tune it so you should be able to pick if you have a fuel or sprak cut.
But i do believe that oem is fuel cut.
No fuel no bang.

No sprak and you can wash the cylinder walls with fuel or have the fuel burn in the exhuast.
 

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Do some more research, but the pcv will need to be change up and a ventting should settup should be done.

Your need to tune it so you should be able to pick if you have a fuel or sprak cut.
But i do believe that oem is fuel cut.
No fuel no bang.

No sprak and you can wash the cylinder walls with fuel or have the fuel burn in the exhuast.
I'll be tuning with the FIC. So zero fuel will not lean out, it just won't burn?
 

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I'll be tuning with the FIC. So zero fuel will not lean out, it just won't burn?
Your qestion says your not really to tune.

no fuel no power stroke
To little fuel, bye bye motor,
To much fuel, lose power and fuel wash the oil off the cylinders.
Just the rigth amount, power stroke with good power
 
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