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FPR Mod >????

Hey all, I did the FPR Mod today, and it seemed like the truck ran bad, had like a hard time getting rpms to shift almost, I tried two seperate gauges, one 100 psi liquid filled, and the other 175 psi dry, neither seemed to read well, both below 20 if i remember correctly. Also i didnt have a 90 at the time so i just put a plug into the T temporarily. I just put it back stock and seems to run fine, is it because the truck is bone stock? Any ideas? Thanks all, maybe I should have drank some beer before i started, woulda turned out better
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when you put the spring back in the first time, you probably didnt get it in the hole correctly and it couldn't build pressure


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when you put the spring back in the first time, you probably didnt get it in the hole correctly and it couldn't build pressure

will try again later on, dont feel like messing with it today haha. thanks for the info!
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Re install the bb....making sure you get it lined up correctly when re installing...although i cant imagine youd be able to get the "cap" back on if it was wrong....but none the less.....look for any particles or dirt in the spring area....i had dirt in mine.


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