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Hope all's well and we appreciate your patience relative to our reply as we did not see this post unit recently!
Using a fuel injector upgrade in conjunction with the 3.0 bar fpr will almost always create LH fuel management compensation issues. We always suggest employment of the 2.5 bar fpr in conjunction with many fuel injector upgrades as this will bring better fuel economy, reduce turbocharger lag, and more. Also, when installing the 2.5 bar fpr, you will want to disconnect the battery(Then Reconnect)which will reset the 2.4 LH ECU to your new changes.
The EPROM would be the "Fine Tailoring" of any LH system but should never be mandatory with any early SAAB engine enhancements.
Thanks again for your contact and we look forward to hearing from you if you should have any questions!
GSK at SDI
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- The APC box and 3 bar FPR are irrelevent, Notnoel , Mon, 24 Oct 2016 12:59:25
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