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  1. Double check that you have no slippage by trying to accelerate hard in a high gear from a low rpm. It is possible to end up in a situation where the clutch doesn't fully engage (ie get full pressure)
  2. I guess most of my question was just based on the impression that Sean(?) makes some very nice exhaust parts. I don't necessarily consider it a move backwards, but was looking for the impetus
  3. Why did you go back to the stock manifold?
  4. Very few experts still alive for these AFM's. Stick with it and these guys will help you get it sorted. Even some of the refurb'd AFM's run rich. Your problem is solvable. Just need to have confidence in the test results. Confirming your gauge is good is probably a good move.
  5. You could drain some fuel out of the tank and see if it is overly red
  6. I hate to add a cook to the kitchen but is it possible the fuel rail has an internal restriction? I don't remember the vehicle history, but if there were a restriction near the return port that would keep fuel pressure high through all these test. Varnish, rust, contaminant...
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  8. That looks good. A very hard part to duplicate. Imagine what repops would cost if they were available?
  9. Yeah, I was going to play along. I suspected you were too low.
  10. You could loosen the bushings bolts on the front control arms and see if it will settle some and then retorque them.
  11. That's a big improvement!! Be sure and update in a year or so on how it's holding up.
  12. Has the car been moved enough to settle the suspension? When you first set them down they tend to sit like this
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