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Old 01-15-2014, 12:16 AM
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what would i need to run 175cc/80% or 200cc/80% injectors

what would i need to run 175cc/80% or 200cc/80% injectors

im just curious, I was thinking about a new wish list for after this deployment, I was wondering what kind of HP would I be getting out of this 2 injectors all tuned up right and what would it take to run these?

obviously I wouldn't be running them together, im just wondering if get the 175 if later ill regret not getting the 200s for an extra couple 100 bucks,
I was thinking about running the garret 38r with this setup


what would be the price range on all this?

I was looking at the P.I.S injectors
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well the 200/80's are hybrids, would require less high pressure oil.
you would need a regulated return fuel system for either injector choice, and most likely an upgraded fuel pump.

38r with a billet wheel would work.

can look at nolimits brute66 as well. little cheaper

and probably a built trans as well

400-450 hp probably.
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Old 01-15-2014, 02:35 AM
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well I got the built trans already about 8,ooo miles ago, thing is amazing compared to before, with bigger cooler w/ electric fan, new 6 stud torque convertor, HD rebuilt kit, some new gears, some other little mods, new pump, transgo shift kit and im planning on getting a AFE deep pan when I got to change the fluid next go around and it should be more then good,

so one the hybrids I could run the stock HPOP?

I was going to get the 189 dollar riff raff fuel return regulator system, would that work fine?

what fuel pump should I be looking at?
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My HP goal was 400-425 and I went with the PIS 175/80's with my 38r w/WW2. Can't wait to get the injectors here and get up and running.
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Old 01-15-2014, 04:44 AM
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That's probably the setup I am going to run eventually, minus the 38r. I am just using a stock turbo with a WW2.
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You dont need a regulated return with 200's or 175's... You need a completely functional factory fuel system capable of delivering 60psi+ of fuel pressure at WOT...

If your dropping fuel pressure at WOT, then drop the tank and do some intank mods.

A regulated return doesn't give you any more volume, it simply allows better flow thru the head, that's the beauty of the Riffraff system, it cheaply solves the same issue the more expensive ones do.

Talk to Tim about your goal, I would say a set of 200's and a Brute 66 would be a very slick set up without breaking the bank!

400-425hp or more.
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Old 01-15-2014, 11:11 AM
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i knew csipsd would come help.

you have first hand experience in this area.
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