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Unread 12-03-19, 02:09 PM
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TSIO 360 fuel meetering

I am assembeling front and rear Engine on P337 and where the primer pipes join induction system there is similar pipes before and after throttle body on induction pipe going thru baffel and to fuel flow meter
Does anyone have a picture of where these pipes go so I donít get them crossed.
My rear engine is turning less rpm at wot than the front and Iím looking for reasons
New P337 owner 😅
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You have the Parts Catalog book?
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Hi Herb
I do have parts catalog but not very clear re which pipe goes to before and after throttle body
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If I'm understanding you correctly, the line before the throttle body is to the fuel flow gage vent. The line after the throttle body is to manifold pressure gage.
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