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New parts and EEC

1. I heard a rumour that when you first get alloy engine components that you are meant to run straight water for a few 100kms. Is this true?

2. How much power can stock EECV handle, or up to what point will you need a UniChip?

3. When is a fuel reg needed? I thought that if you had the right injectors as well as a good fuel pump, you'd be right.

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Re: New parts and EEC

1. Not sure but can't see why you would need to.

2. Unless you run a huge cam, the EECV will normally cope with most mods. I have seen 220rwkw 4L's and 240rwkw 347's with stock EEC's but at that level you will probably see fair economy and drivability improvements with EEC modifications. Personally I would not use a unichip because their functions are fairly limited but they still do the job with most engines.

3. A fuel reg is only used to either fine tune the AF ratio under WOT or to increase the FP and allow the injectors to handle more power.
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