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Old 11-22-2008, 11:13 AM
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I have no boost leak, I did gain about 2 lbs doing the pin though.

Denny T contacted me.. I guess if you haven't turned the pump up, the pin is not as effective as it can be...

My pump requires a 1/4" extension to the full power pin which I haven't done yet, so my pump is basically running stock right now. When we did the 366 spring we turned the screw all the way and nothing happened.
Did you turn the right pin? Have you taken the collar off the pin?
 
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Old 11-22-2008, 02:46 PM
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Yeah we messed with the correct pin, the collar is still on I think. Did not look at it today.

However, I did find out I had forgotten to reconnect the banjo bolt to the aneroid, so I'm an idiot.

I got the cooler tubez on today and reconnected the banjo bolt.

It runs better now, much crisper response. Next step is probably a torque convertor and shift kit.
 
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the collar is still on I think.


It's long gone. Took it off when we did the spring.
 
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It's long gone. Took it off when we did the spring.
Thanks for the clarification
 
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Originally Posted by The_Head View Post
Yeah we messed with the correct pin, the collar is still on I think. Did not look at it today.

However, I did find out I had forgotten to reconnect the banjo bolt to the aneroid, so I'm an idiot.

I got the cooler tubez on today and reconnected the banjo bolt.

It runs better now, much crisper response. Next step is probably a torque convertor and shift kit.
Thats will do it everytime!
 
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hey man where can i go about findin one of those fuel pins? and how much would one of those run me? did you look into any other fuel pins before you bought this one?
 
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I'll get you his info
 
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hey i dont know if you guys know much about the "old smokey" fuel pin but will i face the divot in the pin towards the front of the truck or how do i put it in there? if you would answer that itd be alot of help for me
 
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The deep part needs to face the front of the truck.
 
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Bobby do not melt you 5.9 before I get there, and I might need the use of the trailer while I'm back thata way as well. The wife wants to start moving stuff into the Newport News house while we're down. When are you going to be putting intercooling on that piece?
 

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