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Re: Paging 900 Aero- Group9 AID
Posted by Ian Scott [Email] (more from Ian Scott) on Thu, 13 Oct 2011 17:07:03

In Reply to: Re: Paging 900 Aero- Group9 AID, 900 Aero [Profile/Gallery] , Thu, 13 Oct 2011 14:23:13
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Thanks for the detailed write-up! You mentioned your improved A.I.D's, having a stronger spring and being easily adjustable. Is that as compared to this one or a stock capsule? (Wondering if this one has the spring-to-have) I'm currently using a stock AID with the stop bent, so at least I'm familiar with the process.

One more question, about the RRFPR (same black color, braided lines and b/w check valve are present)-

Here's my scenario, in my 88 900 Turbo, I'm using a 3 bar fpr with stock injectors and am happily getting about 31-32mpg highway (I do 95% highway travel) I have a set of red top T5 injectors on hand, which seem like they would better atomize fuel (assumption, looking at the holes in the tip) I know the ideal solution for T5 injectors is to go with fuel re-map, but is there a feasible combination of this RRFPR/stock injectors or red tops injectors to run a little bit leaner when cruising? But of course, let it guzzle fuel when I floor it? (once in a blue moon...)

Now, I think my current fuel economy is a-ok. But I did just come back from the UK, having rented a new diesel Seat Leon that got us 64mpg on average, so I've kind of got this 'more MPG' itch at the moment. : )


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