944TurboEldavoOr, given that the car is up in the air - just attach my jump pack to the positive lead hanging down next to where the starter will go?Hopefully the battery positive terminal is not near the body!
EldavoOr, given that the car is up in the air - just attach my jump pack to the positive lead hanging down next to where the starter will go?
blade7I always wrap some rag around the neg connecter when I remove the lead. I'm a bit twitchy about car electrics, after getting a belt off an HT lead years ago.
blade7What fuel pump were you running on your previous engine, and did you uprate the wiring to it?
Eldavoblade7What fuel pump were you running on your previous engine, and did you uprate the wiring to it?Dunno, Think its a Sytec (sp?) one, had better specs than an 044, did something with the wiring but can’t remember what.
scam75Eldavoblade7What fuel pump were you running on your previous engine, and did you uprate the wiring to it?Dunno, Think its a Sytec (sp?) one, had better specs than an 044, did something with the wiring but can’t remember what.That's what I've got. The Sytec one is an improvement on the 044 for £90, well it was when I bought it about 10 years ago. Popular upgrade with the jap boys from what I read. Minimal changes to the connectors if I recall correctly but it was supplied with what you needed to make it work on a 944.
Eldavo I mounted mine in place of the distributor on a plate I made, am sure if you scroll back through the thread you’ll find it.
EldavoDone loads of little bits, sorted all the vacuum lines for the new engine, fitted a new aircon compressor,
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