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one last bump. hit fuel cut at 15psi with the dial at its original setting (12 -- it goes from 1-12 like a clock).
 

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Yep, i have the one with the dial to, cant remember the model though. The way the dial works from memory is, the higher the numbers on the dial eg 12, is a bit over factory fuel cut, the lower the numbers the leaner it run and the higher the boost will go, just be carful otherwise you will melt somthing!
 

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Ah this makes sense, thank you! I'm at 12 now, and hit fuel cut at 15, so setting the dial at 11 would probably allow me to hit 15.5psi on a shift....
 

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The recommended setting for the MK3 is the number 3 if memory serves correctly. It's been about 2 years since I did an FCD install, but I do remember setting it to a number 3. Each car has a recommendation in the manual and I am 98% sure that it is 3.
 

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Yup, it is number 3 setting.
 
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I thought the FCD was designed to simply get rid of fuel cut totally, not just raise it...??
 

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mine is set to "3" also
 

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Thanks for all the replies. What is fuel cut on your cars (those of you with the dial set to 3)... I do think its kind of nice to have the safety of fuel cut, just 1-2psi over your planned boost level. I just need it to be a little more lenient about the boost during the shift
 
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