Thanks!! I will pick some of these up.When it comes to air compresors and accessories, the sky is the limit as far as what you can spend. I am cheap though, and treat my tools like crap, lol, and don't have a permanent one. If I am doing something that can be hurt by moisture, I run one of these then toss it afterwards:
Glad DAW took care of you, that's nice. Hopefully all the issues will be resolved now.
ekp. That 535 pulls a lot of current, you may be overloading the ekp.Little update on my situation. I have a Walbro 535 in the tank and a 450 next to it on a 15psi Hobbs but the 450 is deactivated.
Port injection is installed but deactivated because I am chasing a HPFP issue. My tunner said the HPFP was dying so I bought a re-manufactured from FCP Euro, put it in and the HPFP still shows it tanking while going WOT.
Before I send it back to FCP, is there anything else I can look at or trouble shoot? Maybe the HPFP sensor?
Sorry, was just assuming your new hpfp was good and possibly had lpfp pressure drop. no log posted so, can't really verify.Doesn't the EKP only manage the LPFP? I am not having an issue with LPFP.
Well it's complicated, lol. I had port injection but have removed it totally trying to chase the issue. I was running 20psi and the tuner has dropped it to 14psi on E45.Sorry, was just assuming your new hpfp was good and possibly had lpfp pressure drop. no log posted so, can't really verify.
Are you running port injection? How much boost are you running and on what type of fuel? It's possible you're just hitting the limits of hpfp
post a logWell it's complicated, lol. I had port injection but have removed it totally trying to chase the issue. I was running 20psi and the tuner has dropped it to 14psi on E45.
The new HPFP is generally around 2500 through 7000 rpm. I think I am going to change the plugs and put stock coils back on and see what happens. I'll slowly keep pulling stuff off until I figure this out.