I really pushed this old sube around. I do know what low level ecm hertz does to buggies.
Today a quick snap of static off of fusible link, and car started right up. unhooking the vaccum hose on one of the advance chambers did nothing.
"feeling" throttle it occured to me to just let this buggy drive. Safe keeps in all places by oem, and possibly law for all I know.
the fusible link..old school, covered in fireproof cloth, is dispersing the amp changes.
to give a simple example of cars that have a hard tme with that stuff..gear shifter getting hot, or other nomoly. some cars (and this is an ok spot too) even heat up vent lines at the fuel source. Everywhere that accepts stray statics to go to a dispersal. The more steel in a chassis the better. This old sube has been ready for quite some time in the steel department to move on to modern things electrically.
so, in short. no more tuning, tinkering. just drive. A little rain speeds this process up.
I can tell already, battery terminals are going to get left alone. subarus oem version of fuel/fire was really weird without an ecm to control. they did do some extreme thinking with resistor boxes etc. I still use the box for dash lights when key comes on. All appears oem 1987. it may even trigger the tinker bell door sounds.
all that aside, fuel/fire is in seriously correct anyway.