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phil b

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Post #1
Still puttin the pug back together but I was just looking at the backing plate were these wholes present when you guys had em??



Also the fuel regulator where did you guys get the vaccuum from for it?? Inlet or pump??
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Posted 22nd Feb 2013 at 12:11
dangti6

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Post #2
Middle one for ITS?

I don't have that setup, but mine and many others I've seen have the FPR without a vacuum pipe. Not blocked off, just left off.

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  • Posted 22nd Feb 2013 at 12:21
    yippeekayay

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    Post #3
    Cant see pic...will look later on pc

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    Posted 22nd Feb 2013 at 12:25
    fordygti

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    Post #4
    I had a hole in mine for the air temp sensore, but that was it.

    I never had a vaccum for the regulator.

    Hope this helps. Big grin

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    Posted 23rd Feb 2013 at 19:35
    pugheaven

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    Post #5
    God knows bud it was around 4 years ago and hundreds of car parts later!
    Posted 23rd Feb 2013 at 19:56
    miles

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    Post #6
    only boosted cars need the FPR Vacuum connected

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    Posted 24th Feb 2013 at 01:07
    welshpug!

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    backplate has been on carbs previously by the looks of it.

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    Posted 24th Feb 2013 at 10:21
    phil b

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    Post #8
    Meh ill cover/fill em in, cheers guys, might be able to scavenge a few hrs on it today....

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    '97 PH1 'Sigma Blue' 306 GTI 6 project 'Tooters'
    194.2bhp 127.6 dB
    '96 PH1 'Black Noir' 306 DTurbo (project in permenant storage)
    '94 300tdi LR Discovery (project gone dead and buried)
    '99 td5 LR Discovery 2 (trailer tug and family bus) project 'in the garage getting chassis welded' (again)
    The 6 can go fast, the disco can go anywhere
    Built: 9 January 1997 - that's a Thursday
    Skip Brown cars: tarporley Cheshire Tel: 01829 720492
    add me --> philbrindley85@hotmail.com
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    Posted 24th Feb 2013 at 10:32

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