Author Topic: Data logging & understanding the stock ecu. Evolution of the TBI Monster to Mpi  (Read 60962 times)

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It also reduces the angle/stress on the shift fork. Now you just need to solidify that ridiculous dampner. ;)
I already did that a year or two back.

Wrngway are you paying attention? Your car is not going to fix it's self.  :)

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Wrngway are you paying attention? Your car is not going to fix it's self.  :)

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Now you need to do the pedal stop mod since you no longer need all that travel.
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Wrngway are you paying attention? Your car is not going to fix it's self.  :)

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ya ya,,, im reading. lol just need a head to put on first. does the trans have to come out to put this majic arp washer in? im not too sure where you all talking about? at the pivot point of the shift fork in the bell housing?
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My walbro fuel pump is not doing what it once could any more So i picked up a Bosch 044. The thing is big! Hopefully the fittings will come in monday.

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What fittings did you get? I need to put my 044 in as well.
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I have metric to an adapters and 6an push lock fittings on my 044


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I ordered this kit.  http://www.ebay.com/itm/6-3-8-AN-barb-fitting-kit-bosch-044-fuel-pump-/350525401576?pt=Motors_Car_Truck_Parts_Accessories&hash=item519cf129e8&vxp=mtr  I was hoping to get it friday, but they were out of one of the parts. Oh well, it should be here monday or tuesday.

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yeah, I gotta order a 18x1.5 10an adapter.
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Looks like a good layout John. What gauge wire did you use for power and ground?  And if a relay what amp? I just got a 70amp 10-12ga power (30) and 10-12ga on (87) . Im goin to run straight from the battery kill switch to the relay. Then to the pump under the back bumper. I plan to run from a sump as I dont want to burn up a A1000. I have it mounted in the same place you have it. And I dont believe they have a check valve

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add a stocker in series to feed the a1000
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Joe, I have a 10 gage from a breaker by the battery to the relay in the hatch. 12 gauge power and ground from the relay to the pump. The pump is grounded in the hatch area. The relay is turned on by my ecu That  is aways a good ideal, so if the engine stops, the pump will stop. It is probally a 30 amp relay. The 044 should draw about 12-13 amps at the pressure I run.

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Thanks john.
Ii will be switching the pump on via the tec2. The power will come from the battery kill switch at the back of my car.
Ill use the 10ga from battery,  then 12ga for power and ground at the pump. I chose the 70amp relay do to the large  power and supply terminals.

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More on the fuel pump install.
I had ordered this kit.  http://www.ebay.com/itm/6-3-8-AN-barb-fitting-kit-bosch-044-fuel-pump-/350525401576?pt=Motors_Car_Truck_Parts_Accessories&hash=item519cf129e8&vxp=mtr 
But ended up not using either 6 an strait push lock barb fitting. The strait fitting was starting to kink the hose on the intake side, so I tried the 90* fitting I had laying around. A 45 probably would have fit nicer.

I use 5/16 fuel line on the pressure side because it slips over the stock hard line and seals well with double clamps. but 5/16 will not go on a push lock 6 ab barb, so I used this from jegs. 555-100845 http://www.jegs.com/i/JEGS+Performance+Products/555/100845/10002/-1 

If I had it to do again I would have just ordered metric barb fittings from  the uk or tiawan. If you seach bosch 044 fittings on ebay you will find them. There is also a banjo fitting that will work with the check valve that comes with the 044 pump.  http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=p2050890.m570.l1311.R3.TR5.TRC0.A0.H1.Xbosch+044&_nkw=bosch+044+fittings&_sacat=6000