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Old 06-02-2004, 06:06 AM   #41  
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well I have to post back on the gauge picture above, incase anyone tries to do the same
I tried to close the hood, and the gauge hits
So I now have to flush mount it.
Probably will look better, but more work
Anyway, just wanted to post that...
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Do you have to remove the bezel to flush mount it? Show us some pics when done....neat!
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Now I got a few questions and ideas to throw into the mix.

the Stock computer controls the voltage to the stock pump to regulate the out put or pressure. If your going to rely on this function with the walbro pump wouldn't it be lower fuel pressure at idle. and if so with the new Aeromotive and return line wouldn't it just kill the fuel pressure?
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greg: the ecu does not control pressure with voltage. the ecu knows nothing of pressure, it expects a constant pressure to be maintained. the pressure is kept at a steady 54 or so psi by an in-tank regulator.

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I noticed the little in tank reg just wanted to double check its function. Thanks
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