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Old 01-10-2013, 03:00 PM
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Possible good idea?

Hey guys I had what I thought was great idea on the account I'm gunna do a injector and turbo upgrade one day but anyways my thought was would it be best to do an refuel system before all other mods like hpop and tranny what kinda power gain or mileage gains do you think I could expect and I know I'm gunna get **** for this but do you think I might get anymore smoke out of and any other perks I should maybe looking forward too?

My plans for the injectors are 238/200% and as a turbo probably an s366 or something of the sort any ideas on how much power I should be at?

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Old 01-11-2013, 02:11 PM
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You aught to see better then 400 at the wheels. Pretty respectable. My MPGs went down after moving from a full Banks setup to what I have now. Was getting 24 with the Banks stuff now I have to drive very easy to squeak out 18. Tuning, tuning, tuning. An intercooler is in your future


Time to update your "Plans for the truck" section of your sig. You've moved beyond that before you even got to it.
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Old 01-12-2013, 06:14 AM
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[QUOTE=BigFuel;3534161]You aught to see better then 400 at the wheels. Pretty respectable. My MPGs went down after moving from a full Banks setup to what I have now. Was getting 24 with the Banks stuff now I have to drive very easy to squeak out 18. Tuning, tuning, tuning.


Wait when should I see 400 at the wheels and I would be happy with 18 lol



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Old 01-12-2013, 10:48 AM
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After all your proposed MODs (not in your sig but in your second PP of your first post) you should be able to tune the engine to 450+HP. This power will pretty much require an Aftermarket HPOP, E-Fuel, and IC to get all that you paid for. Spinning the rollers at tuners shop will get you better tunes then buying them off the internet but again, that's more money.
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Old 01-12-2013, 11:25 AM
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Ya for right now I just wanna build up to it so I was planning on starting with the e-fuel here in the next week or two have you done this? Did you gain any power or mpgs how about smoke?

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E fuel wont do any of that it will make it run smoother and maybe a little more efficient like 1 maybe 2mpg e fuel is used to cure the leaky weak mechanical fuel setup that is stock and is used to send more fuel for big injectors but with the injectors your wanting gonna need a hpop and intercooler
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Like Ben said. It's a reliability thing. E-Fuel flows more fuel and maintains more reliable fuel pressure then the weak mechanical stock fuel system. Frees up the valley too.
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Old 01-12-2013, 05:39 PM
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Ok cool so its worth it in the long run?

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Im gonna be doin a diy e- fuel kit within the month because of a fuel leak so for me yes worth it
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Running 238/200s on a stock fuel isnt a good idea. U need at least 50psi at wide open throttle . If u dont have that (which u wont on stock fuel) you will be damaging your injectors every time your pressure drops.

Id do

-injectors
-intercooler
-efuel
-hpop
-turbo... s366 will not handle thoes injectors, will need a gated 466 or non gated 468
-swamps hfhv IDM
-all the other stuff u should have.. exhaust, down pipe, gauges, custom tunes... blah blah blah
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