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Old 02-14-2013, 06:06 PM
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225/100s ARE TINY

That is right you read the title right lol... If you have followed my build thread I have some pretty big mods going on and if you have not followed it here is a link to it... More Building

Now onto the title of this thread... since all my exhaust and intake mods should be done by next weekend and I should have my trans done next month and already have all my other supporting mods including built fuel system. I was talking to my injector builder last night and we decided that I need more fuel since my truck is now officially play toy status. So let the guessing games begin. I am pulling out 225/100s to have them modded bigger who can guess how big I am going.... only hint I am giving is I am staying conventional since they flow more and I am installing the twin pumps.
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Old 02-14-2013, 06:09 PM
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300/100's. I win.
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300/100's. I win.
You bastard way to ruin the fun for everybody else
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Old 02-14-2013, 06:19 PM
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Gotta go bigger now, you can't let Bryan win!lol
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I dont think I will have a lack for fuel
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Gotta go bigger now, you can't let Bryan win!lol
I think a 300/100 conventional will suffice
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Nozzles are too small for 300's lol.
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Nozzles are too small for 300's lol.
He should be able to get GREAT atomization...

Either way though, the injectors should still put in A LOT of fuel and he should be able to maintain ICP with a second pump.
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Nozzles are too small for 300's lol.
I disagree Mitch 430 hybrids have been ran on a 150 nozzle and a 350 hybrid has been ran on 100 nozzles. I'm a believer in not running any bigger than
a 100 nozzle if you ever plan to drive on a public street at it is was easier to control fuel down low.
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