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Old 12-07-2011, 05:33 PM
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Default Part number FPR.

I am going to be upgrading albiet slowly, and am not sure which part number to go to on my early 86? 928 110 198 02? That's what I saw for the 87 model FPR.

Is that the correct one?
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You need fpr 928.110.198.01, one from an S4 will raise your pressure too much.
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As said by Zeus you need 928 110 198 01 however if you plan to uprade to PorKen's chip set you will need 928 110 198 02 - slippery slope 8>)
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Has anyone tried this?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/380370539665?item=380370539665&viewitem=&vxp=mtr
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I do plan on the chipset. And depending on funds, opening up exhaust. but i hope to do this in stages. So, can I use the higher pressure fpr now, and do the chipset later this winter?

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It will be too rich with the stock chips, which are programmed for lower pressure.
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