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Year: 1992
Model: Mustang LX
Mods: Heavy
State: GA
Type: Nice Weather
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[07/25/2002] Vortech releases 5.0L Mustang Maxflow Fuel Optimizer


Vortech Engineering, LLC announces the introduction of the 1986-1995 5.0L Mustang Maxflow Fuel Optimizer.

It allows adjustment and precise fine-tuning of the air/fuel ratio on the 1986-1995 5.0L fuel injection system. Why is this important? When airflow through an engine is changed, the air-fuel ratio changes generally causing a lean condition (an example of this is when a modified exhaust system is installed). With the 302 cubic inch fuel injected Ford Mustang engine there is no provision for fuel adjustment. Now, with the new Fuel Optimizer fuel adjustment is possible.

The Vortech Maxflow Fuel Optimizer is precision machined from T6061 T6 aluminum and anodized in corrosion resistant blue. This piece is detailed with the Vortech Engineering logo laser engraved on the side. The Maxflow Fuel Optimizer attaches to the stock fuel pressure regulator, allowing easy adjustment from 15-70 psig.

The Ford Mustang Fuel Optimizer is available wherever Vortech products are sold. For more information contact Vortech Engineering at 805.247.0226 or www.vortechsuperchargers.com.

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