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Old 02-23-2013, 01:18 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Air/Fuel question

I have a question regarding air/fuel.

Now I know normally you need to adjust this via ECU.. But is there another way?

My current setup is tuned for a 80 trim turbo, but before I bought the car the P.O had sold that and put a 50 trim on, which messed with the A/F.. I am also running 1000cc injectors.. Is there a way I could dumb down the fuel?

Maybe a regulator? or something?
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