Well you've finally reached the point where it's time for that larger fuel pump. Don't worry the install is not all that bad. Actually it's rather simple.
To set your TPS you will need a couple basic hand tools:
Wonder what heads to get? Only want to buy them once? Then you are in the right place. Here is a set of flow numbers from some of the most prominent cylinder head maufacturers for you to compare.
With SD the area you want to watch for is the cam. Once you go over 220* duration@.050, then your idle can become unstable and can start surging etc.
A fuel cutoff switch can be a security device both in the sense of saftety and a theft deterant. When done properly no one will even know it exists except you.
There are many products out that claim to keep your car from being stolen or delaying the time it takes for a burglar to break into your car, I have used many different alarm system's combined with ot
11 - System pass
12 - RPM unable to reach upper test limit
13 - RPM unable to reach lower test limit
14 - Pip circuit failure
15 - PCM read only memory test failed
Adjusting your timing need not be a daunting task. In actuallity it is quite simple and, depending on your current combination, can prove to be night and day for your performance.
To set your idle you will need a couple basic hand tools: