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Old 10-02-2017, 12:17 PM   #15
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Always assumed BP was good fuel guess not. Now I know better. While I was at it, also installed a GFB DV+ which actually helped in diagnosing the issue.


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Old 10-05-2017, 04:28 PM   #16
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Do any of you guys get a weird vibration on the brake pedal when turning on your car after install??? Also, whats with the Thomas the Tank whistle when im hitting vtak?? Thx
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Do any of you guys get a weird vibration on the brake pedal when turning on your car after install??? Also, whats with the Thomas the Tank whistle when im hitting vtak?? Thx
the vibration means you have it installed on the brake reservoir. you need to reinstall it while holding it up and away from the resevoir while you tighten it down.

As for the flute noise its common with metal intake pipes on our platform some people get it to go away by swapping the diverter valve to the go fast bits DV+. Others like myself just get used to it ;]
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Old 10-05-2017, 04:50 PM   #18
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the vibration means you have it installed on the brake reservoir. you need to reinstall it while holding it up and away from the resevoir while you tighten it down.
Will it harm anything if I leave it like it is?? And thanks for your response!
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Will it harm anything if I leave it like it is?? And thanks for your response!
not that im aware of you will just continue to get vibrations in your brake pedal
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Will it harm anything if I leave it like it is?? And thanks for your response!


Just adjust the intake. Takes less than 5 minutes.


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