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  • 07-24-2009, 01:44 PM
    ap67et10
    Quote Originally Posted by Outlaw View Post
    ap67et10 are you running an intercooler?
    Yep, i have the biggest marine water to air intercooler procharger makes. I think the part number is AW-504. this is the pic of my procharger and intercooler. I had 2 and sold 1 of them.


    AP

  • 07-24-2009, 12:54 PM
    Outlaw
    ap67et10 are you running an intercooler?
  • 07-24-2009, 12:47 PM
    Outlaw
    I'm sure its exactly like mine, my rails are 1/2" diameter also.
    I got rid of the regulator on the rail and those hard lines.
    the fittings were the restrictive parts.
  • 07-24-2009, 12:17 PM
    ap67et10
    looks like the holley intake to me. the rails are definitely holley. they are the only ones that make the hard line connecting lines with that bolt on regulator. I would imaging the intake is holley as well.

    its exactly what i have. Was there any concern with fuel rail inside diameter? or hard line size that connects the rails? I'm debating getting some different rails, but will probably for sure get rid of the connecting lines and run dual feed to the rails and dual outlet to adjustable regulator. the fuel rails are 1/2 inch inside diam.

    AP
  • 07-24-2009, 11:37 AM
    78DiMarco

    manifold

    It from Boostpower. It's one of Alexi's single plane but I'm not sure who makes it for him.
  • 07-23-2009, 08:32 PM
    Outlaw
    what manifold is that?
  • 07-23-2009, 03:16 PM
    78DiMarco

    pic's

    http://www.performanceboats.com/gall...=1&ppuser=3921

    http://www.performanceboats.com/gall...=1&ppuser=3921

    I'll see if I have any more current pic's and post them. These are what I had in the Members Galleries
  • 07-23-2009, 03:10 PM
    78DiMarco

    ap67et10

    "when you run 17-18 psi what kind of fuel are you running? what is your static c/r? that sounds like a nice setup. what fuel management setup are you running? this sounds real similar to what im expecting power wise."

    I run either 100 octane AV gas or race gas. The static compression is 8.5:1. It has the EFI technology CPU that is custom for Boostpower with the Boostpower tune on it.

    The turbo's are the T4 based RayJay's with no bypass. I added the RaceGate wastegates by Turbonetics as the original turbo had the 3/8in bypass holes in the housings to bleed off presure and the new turbos don't have the bypass and they make more boost.
  • 07-21-2009, 03:50 PM
    Outlaw
    Post some pics of your setup
  • 07-21-2009, 02:18 PM
    ap67et10
    Quote Originally Posted by Outlaw View Post
    FYI E85 is not about being green its about making $green$
    it takes over 5 gallons of diesel fuel to make 1 gallon of ethanol.
    how green is that

    This is the only conclusion i come to...E85, diesel, hybrid, whatever...its about dollars, not "global warming"

    Its all propaganda...and Toyota is making out like kings with that stupid prius.
  • 07-21-2009, 01:49 PM
    Unchained
    Quote Originally Posted by terrible_buddhist View Post
    says the store is closes...is that the right address?
    Try the for sale section,
    http://www.yellowbullet.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=82

    There's no big science to picking injectors.
    Just get ones that are larger than you ever think you will need.
    It wouldn't be a problem to run 160# injectors on a 1000 hp engine even though they're good for 2000 hp.

    I wouldn't be afraid of used injectors either. Mine are 7 years old and still run fine.

    For any E85 info search around www.e85forum.com
  • 07-21-2009, 01:28 PM
    Outlaw
    Quote Originally Posted by ap67et10 View Post
    New Question: What is the BSFC number you E85 guys use when figuring fuel injectors? obviously this is a boosted efi application.

    i'm debating setting this thing up to be compatible for both gas and E85 as it seems that there is a push for more e85 stations in cali. So the initial calculations i have done make me think if i run a 130lb injectors i should be good for E85 up to about 1300hp, but i'm not to sure on the BSFC number to use.

    Oh, just so everyone knows how rediculous california is. I was doing some research for E85 stations and dispite the high demand and the thousands of Flex Fuel vehicles on the road here. CARB (California Air Reasearch Board) is flat out denying stations the permits to sell E85. They must go through a company call Pearsons to fit the tanks, then they have to buy only from them. I have only heard of a couple other stations that have been approved (more recently) to sell E85 without pearsons!!

    To think that Cali is suppose to be this Green...Earth loving state, yet flat out will not let anyone sell E85....well....to say the least, it pissed me off a little.

    AP

    FYI E85 is not about being green its about making $green$
    it takes over 5 gallons of diesel fuel to make 1 gallon of ethanol.
    how green is that
  • 07-21-2009, 11:58 AM
    ap67et10
    New Question: What is the BSFC number you E85 guys use when figuring fuel injectors? obviously this is a boosted efi application.

    i'm debating setting this thing up to be compatible for both gas and E85 as it seems that there is a push for more e85 stations in cali. So the initial calculations i have done make me think if i run a 130lb injectors i should be good for E85 up to about 1300hp, but i'm not to sure on the BSFC number to use.

    Oh, just so everyone knows how rediculous california is. I was doing some research for E85 stations and dispite the high demand and the thousands of Flex Fuel vehicles on the road here. CARB (California Air Reasearch Board) is flat out denying stations the permits to sell E85. They must go through a company call Pearsons to fit the tanks, then they have to buy only from them. I have only heard of a couple other stations that have been approved (more recently) to sell E85 without pearsons!!

    To think that Cali is suppose to be this Green...Earth loving state, yet flat out will not let anyone sell E85....well....to say the least, it pissed me off a little.

    AP
  • 07-21-2009, 09:55 AM
    s2k1
    Lots of injector choices here.........
    http://www.fiveomotorsport.com/

    Or here.........
    http://www.rceng.com/
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