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PostSubject: question for maca    Fri 31 Jul - 20:03

Do you run parallel fuel rails mate?
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PostSubject: Re: question for maca    Tue 4 Aug - 10:07

No mate, thought about it quite a few times to be honest but the car doesn't seem to need it at the minute, fuelling is good and my 740 injectors are only at 75% duty
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PostSubject: Re: question for maca    Tue 4 Aug - 13:16

Just always thought it was a cool mod to do with a fpr and significantly reduces the risk of det on piston 4 I have some v1 2 paralel fuel rails with an6 fittings attactched that I have just had powder coat to find they don't fit my v3 so I'm having to buy new ones looking for 60 quid for em if there any good to you I just k 're you had an earlier version scoob with power which is only reason I asked lol
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PostSubject: Re: question for maca    Tue 4 Aug - 20:26

I know they improve the flow of fuel to all 4 cylinders as opposed to the std setup but I personally don't think I need them or a fpr to be honest mate, if I was to go to the next level then it would be a must but that's thousands of pounds lol plus I'd need a tweak on my fuelling if I fitted them

Bob was more than happy with my engine when he mapped my car so I'm not worried about det mate but thank you for the offer Wink
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PostSubject: Re: question for maca    Tue 4 Aug - 23:42

maca its the bling bling but cool mate no worries.
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PostSubject: Re: question for maca    Wed 5 Aug - 18:27

lol! Lucky!
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