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 Post subject: Re: Overhaul Complete
PostPosted: Mon Feb 01, 2010 11:50 pm 
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what did your bracket look like? also why did you have to edit the swirl pot etc..


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 Post subject: Re: Overhaul Complete
PostPosted: Tue Feb 02, 2010 8:21 pm 
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mattfentontuscani wrote:
what did your bracket look like? also why did you have to edit the swirl pot etc..
The airram will suck much more air in but will also suck more fuel in, much more infact. I guess it's down to the fact your putting something on the engine that the engine was never designed for or the ECU, sensors etc etc. Maybe why airram don't make them anymore, never know. As far as the fuel goes you'll prob be best sticking 600quid to one side & go see a japanese car performance specialist & tell them the problem your having with the fuel consumption. They'll book your car in & probably go for a fuel pressure regulator off the fuel rail but as the coupe engine doesn't have a fuel return then they have to mod the rail & run a fuel line back & mod the tank. Big job, big money.
You did well to get an AIRRAM, i had right pain to get mine. One of my friends, well friend of a friend ordered an AIRRAM from korea last month & got a FAKE one, chinese knock off i think lol. When i had my AIRRAM it came pre assembled in manufacturer's box with 2 gaskets (1 of which a spare), longer cylinder head studs, extra cap studs & certificate of authenticity


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 Post subject: Re: Overhaul Complete
PostPosted: Wed Feb 03, 2010 12:30 am 
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deary me! lol hyundai's are a right pig! to do anything with arent they.. do 1 thing and then theres something else thats got to be done.. hmm so i take it this is what your doing? are you sure you couldn't correct your fueling via ecu either stand alone or piggy back??


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 Post subject: Re: Overhaul Complete
PostPosted: Wed Feb 03, 2010 6:23 pm 
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mattfentontuscani wrote:
deary me! lol hyundai's are a right pig! to do anything with arent they.. do 1 thing and then theres something else thats got to be done.. hmm so i take it this is what your doing? are you sure you couldn't correct your fueling via ecu either stand alone or piggy back??
I'll send you a PM with information


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