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Old Thu, Apr-13-2017, 10:07:02 PM   #4
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Default Re: rich condition and fuel pressure help

So, I take it you didn't smell gas...I would take the fuel pressure right after the filter or before the FPR...also if you can get some data while you're driving that would clarify the tune is ok if all the vacuum line looks good (non dry rotting). The fuel pressure does take a while to return to normal when the car turned off (couple hours)...you'll find that out whenever you ever change the filter...you should get 51psi just on the fuel line.

Honestly, it does sound like your tune which data would confirm.
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