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[SPAM][SP] LCOOL "1HD-FT Performance Adjustments"



A quote from the linked article:
"A word of caution however. With all this new-found torque at low boost,
don't be tempted to lug it up long hills simply because it now can. Bearings
don't like being hammered. "
I guess it answers your question why Toyota adjustments are so conservative.
Roman (London, UK)
'92 HDJ80 (auto)
On Thu, Aug 28, 2008 at 9:54 AM, Tomaz Sustar <[Email address removed]>wrote:
> I'm thinking of doing the fuel pump adjustments according to the
> procedure described on:
> I'm wandering if it is there any particular reason that the Toyota
> adjustment is so conservative and of course if there are any "side
> effects" of changing the factory settings as described in the LCOOL
> article.
> Since my primary target is overhanding and not racing the most important
> thing for me is of course reliability of the engine therefore I want to
> be sure that I'm not getting into troubles as a consequence of this
> adjustment (overloading pump, turbo etc...).
> Thank in advance for your help & best regards,
> Tomaz
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