Heres a link showing the bolts themselves. The one on the far right is the "double" drilled type Ken and I used to replace the "single" ( centre and left) drilled type as standard which are found on the drivers side.
The only thing i cant understand ( being someone who uses fluid mechanics for a living) i would need convincing that this actually increases pressure. In theory, increasing an orifice size will only improve fuel flow, not increase the pressure as pressure can only be increased at source, i.e. fuel pump. maybe the boost valve can help here but ( and i think its boyles law?) states that pressure will be equal in all areas and directions regardless of vessel size ( not correct wording) you can use an accumulator to balance pressure and boost it if it drops but only to the origional max pressure delivered by the pump.
any chance we can get some of these made up so if peeps wants em can get em i'd prob mess it up, and break the drill or the bolt
MODS: Racex Performance Chrome Filter, mazdaspeed sunvisor, . tinted back lights, leather seats duel fog light. . rear facing camera. . Have TOYO Proxies fitted. NOW HAVE EAGLE TALON CAI STAINLESS STEEL CATBACK TINTED WINDOWS
I may have to start a minor production line in the shed then Wolf, will see what I can do for you. Im going to attempt to produce a pattern this week for a one piece CAI in plastic (ABS) I think I have figured out a way to bend it without creases, therefore no fittings required. It will still be 3" NB but will be lighter than a metal one, doing it in black too to look good. If this works I can probably turn a few out. Just see hoe the trials go.
seeing as u have posted here, is this another thing u have already done, or should i be looking at it? also, as there is a boost valve fitted, if i have to do this one, will i need to play with the boost valve due to increased flow?
NP sir something we didn't mention to anyone was, that Chris did consider keeping the car and getting it turbo'd, but when we thoguht about it we decided that the insurance would prob kill us for modifying the car so much it wouldn't be worth it.
to err is human (now does that mean owing a soarer i have erred )
The AutoGuide.com network consists of the largest network of enthusiast-owned enthusiast-operated automotive communities.
AutoGuide.com provides the latest car reviews, auto show coverage, new car prices, and automotive news. The AutoGuide network operates more than 100 automotive forums where our users consult peers for shopping information and advice, and share opinions as a community.