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Old 05-01-2012, 04:57 PM
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Hightest fuel only stock injectors RWHP?

I justed wanted to know the hightest recorded RWHP 6.0 powerstroke on stock fuel injectors and fuel only.Other mods ok like,intake,exhaust,tuning ECM and FICM or both,egr delete,studs,fuel system,bigger turbo.I was told that stock fuel injector can't support past 480 RWHP.
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I sense a revelation and new record coming.

I also sent ya an email from Denny.

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Most i have seen is in the 450-460rwhp ish with 950-1000ftlbs... but that is just me
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I sense a revelation and new record coming.

I also sent ya an email from Denny.

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I don't know,I just want numbers,I heard that stock injectors will not go past 450 rwhp,just not enough fuel.Didn't matter about mods or turbo section,injectors just hit the wall at 450rwhp.I just wanted to make sure of the number and what members have seen.
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The injectors wont push out any more fuel, that much I can tell you. Maybe an ice box with one of your bigger chargers could put in just enough air to take it over 500. But you will need more fuel to gain any substantial amounts of power. If you could make more HPO you could do some damage, up the PSI to say 5-6k I am not sure if the HPO system could handle that but it would get the fuel out faster which is what you need.
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You could do it on NOS I am sure but that is basically squeezing in more air. I guess my question is, has anyone really given it a full blown effort to see if it truely is possible with a larger turbo and all out ECM and FICM tuning?? Just asking.
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NOS is fuel, so that counts as fuel only right?? lol
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wait let me sniff more of that fuel(nos)wait a little more!!!!!I don't know I'm sure it would give you more than 500 but who cares one more sniff
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I do not believe that NOS is fuel.
I think that there are 2 nitrogen molecules bonded to 1 oxygen molecule.
When injected into an internal combustion engine, it allows the engine to burn more fuel by cramming more oxygen into the mixture. At about 300 degrees celsius, the two molecules of nitrogen separate from the Oxygen. The Oxygen is then used up in the combustion process by being burned with fuel in the combustion chamber. The loose Nitrogen is used as a buffer. It is ctitical that you also supply more fuel into the combustion chamber while using N2O, because if you don't a lean condition will ensue and you will soon be ordering new pistons.

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NOS is fuel, so that counts as fuel only right?? lol
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Old 05-02-2012, 04:40 AM
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I thinik Bill at PHP was in the 480s with stock sticks and turbo, but he was using water/meth too, and the methanol acts as more fuel so I gesss that doesn't count...
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