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Re: 4kq vaccum (what should it be)

	Well that makes me feel a little better.  Do you have any idea
what my vaccum should be at idle?  I realize you have a Turbo but I assume
you have had a NA engine at some time.  Maybe not though.
	BTW, saw a picture of your car on someones Web-Page for the first
time.  Looked very Black to me.  You should wash it more often. ;)  No
seriously, it looked beautiful.  Dont know how you fit that Parts Fische
reader in the back though.  Where did you put the tool kit.  
	Thanks for the reply and if you know how to change or disable the
Revlimiter on a NA car then let me know.  

	Todd Phenneger   aka: Zarati
	1984 4000s quattro / New Red Paint
	2.5" Borla SS Exhaust  /  Boge Turbo Gas Shocks
	15" Wheels & 205/50 ZR15 Bridgestone RE-71s
	Considering a Turbo Conversion  :)

On Mon, 6 Jul 1998, Phil Payne wrote:

> In message <Pine.HPP.3.96.980705232927.11783A-100000@raven.csrv.uidaho.edu> Todd Phenneger writes:
> > I have been trying to slowly eliminate all the wonderful vaccum
> > leacks that my 4kq has.  I think I have most of them as my car idles good
> > now but unfortunately I dont think I have them all.  When I open my oil
> > cap the engine wont die.
> I don't think it has to.  I think that's a requirement of the turbos.
> --
>  Phil Payne
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