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    rrfpr question

    ok i think i know but i want to hear it again what the vac part of it does? i dont have the vac hose plugged in.
    like right now i just lowerd the base pressure cause i had to much gas all around. so now im good at top end and mid but what about ideal,


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    am i supose to keep lowering the base pressure intell ideal is good and plug in the vac hose, however then it would be set in the 40`s

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    Plug the vac/boost line in and adjust A/F for wot. Plugging the vac line in will help lean the bottom end some. You adjust wot and the rest is what it is.

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    Your kidding... right

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    what does the vac hose do I thought it adds gas at wot or at least once boost starts or does it take gas out at adeal sense it's still on vac

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    Under boost it adds fuel and under vac/idle it pulls fuel.

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    i dont need to drill the hole for vac can i just cut the tip off or do u have to drill in the little boss

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