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Old 21-10-2015, 08:58 PM   #31
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Sorry unsure on that one.
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Old 21-05-2016, 01:01 PM   #32
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hi, this is no doubt quite a lame question, for you guys ,but I bet you can help me!!..Worked on a FG XR6 Non Turbo only 110,000ks its a really well looked after car, almost stalling when stopping when cold. Everything fine when hot, and even when cold motor hammers, heaps of power. Checked and cleaned throttle body, was quite clean anyway. Check air filter OK. Checked fuel filter, stuffed full of crap and only been on for maybe 15,ooo ks "holly cow a real bad batch of fuel from somewhere"!!!!. Changed it and motor I am guessing seemed the same (gets hard to check something like this when it needs to be dead cold!!). But anyway I am hoping it may improve itself...maybe computer has to re tune itself?... maybe a bit of crap got into injectors?. Couple of questions, if crap has got into injectors is it worth replacing injector filter baskets...I have never done this before. Also somebody said change fuel pressure regulator...would have thought fuel pressure problem would be more constant fault, and from my experience usually worse hot..... any ideas.
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Old 02-06-2017, 09:19 PM   #33
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Just bumping to the top as we are getting asked about fuel pumps a lot recently
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Just bumping to the top as we are getting asked about fuel pumps a lot recently
Hi have you done any testing on BF f6 fuel pumps seems some people are running alot of power through the stock pump ?
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Old 03-08-2017, 08:28 AM   #35
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Is there a difference on those pumps?
Many people have fuel systems working beyond their actual capabilities to work 100% correctly, their results are based entirely on the afr number, this is not a true indication things are working as intended
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Is there a difference on those pumps?
Many people have fuel systems working beyond their actual capabilities to work 100% correctly, their results are based entirely on the afr number, this is not a true indication things are working as intended
Will a Walbro 255 gss342 fit straight into a bf f6 typhoon fuel pump carrier or does it need to be modified ?
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They go in but it's not just as simple as pulling one out and the other just takes it place
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Hi Guys
Which part # do i need to order for my FG XR8 Ute?
I'm chasing 400kw.

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