Phill's Vette Posted January 22, 2007 Share Posted January 22, 2007 Over the weekend Tom and Jim (Buccaneer & Elkabong) installed their new Fuel Pressure Assembly on my stock 82 Vette with 103,000 miles. They also changed out my stock fuel pump for an 85-87 vette pump, which is a must for an 82! The stock pump, even new, will not give the TB's enough fuel - the 85 pump takes care of that.They also set the fuel pressure using this new Fuel Pressure assembly that is now installed inplace of the stock line between the TB's; also, did timing and rebuilt AND rebushed the TB's throttles; if you have ANY sideways play in the throttle lines that run to both TB's, then you have a vacuum leak as I did. Now, there is PHENOMENAL difference in the power, performance and idle; it feels and sounds like they dropped a new motor in while I wasn't looking! The tires will smoke from start while in drive and while in 2nd, WHOA! These guys are offering their Fuel Pressure Assembly and TB bushing service on their new web site: CrossFireInjection.Net If you have CrossFire Injection, you don't have to hate it anymore! Their stuff helps to make CFI much easier to tune and keep tuned to a top performance level! I helped with everything they did to my car and I now have a WAY better understanding of Crossfire, MY Crossfire! If you have an 82 - 84 Crossfire, talk to these guys!!! My vette I doudt has never ran as good as it does now!AMEN!Top View of Fuel Pressure AssemblyAnother Top ViewBack ViewLeft ViewWith the air cleaner on view; you can hardly see so it still looks stock - as I like. The gauge is readable without removing the air cleaner housing.Stock TB fuel line replaced by their FuelPressure Assembly Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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