[Vwdiesel] Injection Pump testing ---( the fuel flow test )
Svend M Kjong
svend at prcn.org
Sun Jan 8 12:40:33 EST 2006
Ok so you did the test ? ---and the flow was very low ? -----this is where the FUN
I strongly recommend that you make an adapter ---an extender for the OUT banjo bolt.--Very
simple to do I shall tell you how I did it.--- get hold of an inlet banjo and connect a
piece of rubber fuel line to a gauge.
Stack the banjos you must keep the Orifice bolt up top. -----Works like stink.-----hell I
can even drive with the gauge hooked up. ----
Lets look at how BOSCH does it ? Ja. ----On a brand new pump ---The orifice is
fixed --the RPM is fixed --- at 500 RPM (Pump) --the pressure is then set by adjusting
the " Pressure Control Valve " to 43.5 PSI. note that it is not like a Pressure
regulator Valve.. ---The first time you adjust that Valve ? I guarantee you will piss
yourself laughing---it is THAT EASY.
I drove a 1982 1.6 NA Rabbit TIMED by a professional. --She was a smoking slug---for
years. Then Gary Bangs in Florida gave me a push --and I will never go back to
IMING --from now on it is HILLBILLY TUNING --to the grave. --- Read Gary Bangs comments
after he started going with Hillbilly TUNING. ? - that should convince you. If it does
NOT ? ---Bunny Bondo will. 1984 1.6L Turbo Rabbit.
Yes Gary Bangs I know I thanked you a thousand times----BUT I can never thank you enough.I
live in the BUSH and have to be a DIY type. (I am born that way anyway)----SO? well to me
it is not a chore --it is fun.
PS : I have a lathe with DC motor and I use it for testing Aircraft Magnetos and
Spark-plugs ---NO problem to test a BOSCH IP.------BUT you can do it ALL on the Rabbit.
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