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Old 05-15-2000, 06:04 PM   #1
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Exclamation Super AFC vs Fuel Pressure Riser (must read)

Ok the Apexi AFC is looks great and is the best way to fix a MY99's "lean" problem in the high rpms with a modified intake and exhust. The only problem is, is installing it and buying the parts to install it which al together equals a lot of money. My question is will a fuel pressure riser fix this problem since it's more cost efficent.

~Brandon
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Old 05-15-2000, 09:23 PM   #2
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The S-AFC is an easy install as well as it allows fine tuning not blanket tuning of the fuel like the pressure riser. The SAFC or Hyper-R SFC will allow you to tune things for later mods like forced induction making it an overall better value over chip's like JC's and the FPR's. Those lack the fine adjustability of the Hyper-R and SAFC leading you to either have the chip reprogrammed or to add more fueling compensation with a different regulator. I am sure alot of others will agree on this.
Bottom line= go with the SAFC or Field SFC.
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Old 05-16-2000, 05:50 AM   #3
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you dont need much to install an SAFC. I did it myself. just get a 10 mm wrench (to get off the ECU kick plate), some snap-on wire taps, 2 wire crimp connectors, and a splicing tool. Install in like 5 mins! Just make sure you tap the right wires
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