they are not gapped low enough for top end boost. You can actually feel the difference in power from the gap length, use the stock gap ~.040 and then lower to .027-.032...you should feel the difference in top end. Good luck
Well, you will be dumping LOTS of fuel if you run high boost (25+ psi), if the gap is too high, you will lose the spark. However, the higher the gap, the more power you have, so you only gap down as low as you have too...
Thanks Peter, What if I don't gap them down to .027? And just use the pre-gap right out of the box?
My 94TT is BPU+ and I just got a Haltech Elite 2500 to go standalone. Sticking with stock fuel (upgraded injectors though) for now, and would like to drop in a fuel-pressure sensor somewhere. Is there any easy spot to do that ? Maybe the banjo/union bolt on the existing fuel-pressure...
After I have installed all the new seals, BCsprings, retainers, locks and buckets,
with T-belt off, put crank at -10 btdc so all pistons are slightly down, install new BC 272 cams, install cam gears, torque cams as per manual. Then turn CAMS clockwise to tdc notches, and than turn CRANK to tdc...
I am about to repaint my brake calioers. I’m looking for ideas (my car is white).
Post your pics - try and show your car color - and let’s see what’s out there.
I will post after pics when I have some ideas.
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