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HKS fuel cut defender

Postby Tez » Wed May 16, 2007 2:12 pm

anyone running one on a turbo tezza?

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Re: HKS fuel cut defender

Postby lee_iceman » Wed May 16, 2007 10:28 pm

Tez wrote:anyone running one on a turbo tezza?


Running one on a Supercharged IS200 :)
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Postby Tez » Wed May 16, 2007 10:59 pm

it just cuts fuel if your over boosting ye??

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Postby Dan » Wed May 16, 2007 11:04 pm

The HKS FCD is an electronic device developed to properly raise the factory fuel cut level on factory turbocharged vehicles. As modifications are made to optimize engine performance, the factory fuel cut is often triggered by higher boost levels which activate a fuel delivery cut-off as a failsafe procedure. Symptoms of fuel cut are hesitation, bogging, and/or illumination of diagnostic indicators.

The electronic signal from the FCD will raise the fuel cut level to accommodate for the additional boost without triggering fuel cut and/or an engine diagnostic light. The FCD installation is designed to be easily integrated with the VPC/F-CON or factory ECU harness.

Warning: Due to the characteristics of this product, higher than recommended or unsafe boost levels may be attained by the installation and use of the FCD. This may result in severe damage to the vehicles engine or other mechanical parts. We suggest a fuel delivery upgrade and consulting a trained technician before the purchase and use of the FCD.

Works with the following applications:
Mazda RX7 Turbo 87-91 (Setting 2)
Mazda RX7 93-95 (Setting 7)
Subaru WRX Turbo 02-03 ( Setting 10)
Toytoa Celica Turbo 88-93 (Setting 7)
Toytoa MR2 Turbo 91-95 (Setting 2)
Toytoa Supra Turbo 93-98 ( Setting 9).

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Postby endapender » Wed May 16, 2007 11:09 pm

As far as I know its used when you are running more than standard boost. It stops the standard ecu from cutting the fuel supply when the boost rises over the level that the standard ecu is programmed to read. It work in a kind of piggyback way to change to signal to fool the ecu into thinking you are not going over standard boost.
I'm open to correction to that though

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Postby endapender » Wed May 16, 2007 11:11 pm

Sorry was typing mine while Dan was posting. His sounds better

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Postby lee_iceman » Wed May 16, 2007 11:36 pm

Yep, does exactly as mentioned above :D
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