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Corsa E-Tec
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10th Feb 04 at 15:36   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Does any one know how to fit these, any info, pics or diagrams would be nice.

Thanks Corsa E-Tec
Ditch
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10th Feb 04 at 15:44   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

what have you done to your sport?

I believe it will be a waste of time and money
stuyw
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yeah not worth the money m8, u may as well spend ur money on something worthwhile
vibrio
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quote:
Originally posted by Corsa E-Tec
Does any one know how to fit these, any info, pics or diagrams would be nice.

Thanks Corsa E-Tec



don;t bother you have no need for one unless your OE one is fucked
Patrick
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10th Feb 04 at 16:11   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Don't buy one. Save your money and get an adjustable fuel rate regulator*

*And that's only if your engine is modded enough to require more fuel.
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10th Feb 04 at 16:23   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Its a corsa 1.4 ecotek.
its got a K&N filter and thats it so far!

sounds good, does any one know why it's so poor.

thank Corsa E-Tec
vibrio
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quote:
Originally posted by Corsa E-Tec
Its a corsa 1.4 ecotek.
its got a K&N filter and thats it so far!

sounds good, does any one know why it's so poor.

thank Corsa E-Tec



if you require an increase in fuel pressure then they are useful however your in no need of an increase in fuel pressure
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quote:
Originally posted by Patrick
Don't buy one. Save your money and get an adjustable fuel rate regulator*

*And that's only if your engine is modded enough to require more fuel.




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10th Feb 04 at 16:39   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Thanks for all your advise.
I'll do a few more different mods.

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quote:
Originally posted by Patrick
Don't buy one. Save your money and get an adjustable fuel rate regulator*

*And that's only if your engine is modded enough to require more fuel.








You been taking your pills again?
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10th Feb 04 at 17:14   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Talk to Adam Kindness off here hes the man who knows all about them on 1.4's and he will tell u the same there no good unless your engine needs it
where a normail 1.4 wouldent
vibrio
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quote:
Originally posted by Patrick
quote:
Originally posted by vibrio
quote:
Originally posted by Patrick
Don't buy one. Save your money and get an adjustable fuel rate regulator*

*And that's only if your engine is modded enough to require more fuel.








You been taking your pills again?



no but an FSE is an adjustable fuel pressure regulator
Patrick
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11th Feb 04 at 08:58   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

No. An FSE is a cheap version, no where near as good.
vibrio
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quote:
Originally posted by Patrick
No. An FSE is a cheap version, no where near as good.



no an FSE is a adjustable fuel regulator others are more expensive. they all do the same job. I'm suprised you can actually dress yourself in the morning
miles
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11th Feb 04 at 20:19   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

The power boost valves do cost more than the FSE FPR. You can buy a power boost valve (fpr) without a fitting kit with 2 push fit tails for 45.

 
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