I came across that in an old post trying to see what other people had done. May wind up with something like that. I plan to rig up a vacuum gauge of some sort to see how much of a difference I can make.
Nah I decided the small gain wasn’t worth the trouble. This winter I’m gonna look into a totally different air box. Maybe use the space where the trans cooler used to be? Not sure yet. Right now I’m just tired of working on it every day
So turning the screw raises rail pressure and changing the button raises rail pressure. If both methods have the same end result, why do people generally change buttons instead of just turning the screw?
So the way I understand it, on an 855, the only thing that determines the fuel rate is rail pressure, right? So if that is the case, what’s the difference between changing the button and adjusting the screw?
Thank you! It was quite the job making it look right. The pod is made by glowshift. I’m hoping the individual pods won’t bounce around too much.
The gauges are isspro ev2. The 30 psi fuel pressure gauge is hooked to a 400psi sensor and now 10=100, 20=200 etc. Had to reprogram the gauge to read...
Pulled the hood off today to make a spacer for it. Got the shifter finished up and painted. Had to bend the throttle linkage to get it hooked up with the cab raised, got all that business adjusted properly. Only hard part left is the clutch pedal.
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