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gabzr34

R34 Turbo Fuel System On Na... Same Wiring Harness?

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Are you talking inclusive of the ECU? Or just the injectors and fuel pump? Fuel pump and GTT injectors are straight swap.

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The only thing that doesn't match up is that the N/A doesn't have the relay for switching the pump to a higher feed voltage (when on boost)

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How does this relay effect N/A+t conversions? or is it really a non-issue with tuning and all?

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Thanks guys..

Does anyone know where the r34 fuel pumps are located?

Cheers

In-tank. You will need to access the fuel pump via the boot.

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have a look in the DIY section for the tutorial on changing fuel pumps. they are generally for the r32 or r33 but they will give you a pretty good idea of what you will be looking at in the r34 as well.

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Does the turbo fuel system have the same wiring harness as the na?

For a swap.

Cheers

Does the turbo fuel system have the same wiring harness as the na?

For a swap.

Cheers

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On 10/11/2009 at 11:04 PM, 666DAN said:

The only thing that doesn't match up is that the N/A doesn't have the relay for switching the pump to a higher feed voltage (when on boost)

Epic thread bump, Anyone know the ins and outs of the above comment? If it doesn't have the relay to adjust pump voltage does this mean the static pump pressure is higher or lower? I'm guessing lower but if so what voltage is that? Thanks!

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Lower, overcame this with a higher flowing pump and a fuel reg. More stability in pressure delivery

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