Welcome to the new religion. You can get away with very little mods other than a change and relocate of the fuel pump. The rest is a full inspection and diagnoses to make sure everything is up to par and running right. If more than 5% of the time/effort is spent to read-up on mods, and less than 95% on learning about the engine, then that spells trouble. The 1000 SDI was once a magnet for those with a quench to solve design issues. If that is the case than I suggest to quit while you are ahead, because it isn't that easy. I think a prerequisite to making any mods should be to learn how to inspect and diagnose a 1K within the original design of that model year. For instance, how to get a 1K to warm-up without fouling plugs on any of the calibration files (maps).
Daag44Member Since 28 Oct 2011
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