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post #29 of 325 (permalink) Old 02-10-2012, 08:58 PM Thread Starter
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Been very busy but I hope I have some readers out there that can chime in

here's the fuel setup I am planning
4 x bosch 1600cc
1 x intank walbro 255
1 x inline bosch 044
1 x earls performance filter
1 x aeromotive fpr
-10 an fitting feed
-8 an fitting return

??? good to go


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Why such big injectors? Is there an advantage of one in-tank and one external pump? (vs. dual in-tank pumps)

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well here's the price point... 1 x 255 under 100, 1 x 044 just over 2... fullblown dual intank walbro kit is over 300 (without the pumps)... waste of cash

1 intank + 1 inline should hold up to my goal of 6 on 93 octane

going with 1600cc so I don't have to buy them again (when I upgrade to 67mm)

looks like I will be ordering everything from jegs

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Nice build my friend. I'm doing the same but not as much power.
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Same setup I run for the fuel system and it is a solid little setup.

My buddy made 740 whp on a 67mm and 1600'cc PTE injectors with this pump setup and C16 fuel. Never ran out of fuel. He actually has his Bosch and custom lines from the factory fuel filter to rail for sale if you are interested let me know.


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Bouta be a serious build! Besides the price point you made on the dual 255's, would that be a better choice than the 1 inline n 1 intank?

N a lil off subject but Is the cars body staying as is n your jus buildin the heart or your saving the looks for the sedan?
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Same setup I run for the fuel system and it is a solid little setup.

My buddy made 740 whp on a 67mm and 1600'cc PTE injectors with this pump setup and C16 fuel. Never ran out of fuel. He actually has his Bosch and custom lines from the factory fuel filter to rail for sale if you are interested let me know.
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Bouta be a serious build! Besides the price point you made on the dual 255's, would that be a better choice than the 1 inline n 1 intank?

N a lil off subject but Is the cars body staying as is n your jus buildin the heart or your saving the looks for the sedan?
the fullblown kit is $299.99 I've seen it everywhere, I could ghetto rig 2 dual 255 intank... but the 255 intank to inline 044 is like the standard around here to avoid having to sump the tank... and I am most certainly going to give this badboy a paint job... but first time out I will be doing some rattle can work cuz that red rear bumper is killing me lol


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looks like I will be running the 200 series jegs lines with a combo of jegs an fittings and earls performance adapters...
anyone have a promo code for jegs.com?
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ordered 044 and 255lph fuel pumps, 1600cc injectors
ordering 4bar map and intercooler tomorrow
intercooler kit from go autoworks shipped today

progress is good
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Are you getting the Fullblown kit from here in MN? If so they have some nice rides and parts. Also a well known shop here.
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nope no full blown dual intank for me, I read some conflicting reviews on that setup

I am going to run the 255lph walbro in tank and the bosch 044 inline, since it seems like a popular setup around this part of town
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Go Autoworks intercooler kit arrived today GREAT TURN AROUND TIME... tested fitment with my baller ass bov




bosch 044 just arrived as well

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parts are rolling in hard

If anyone is interested in an intercooler, my boy @ excelerate has one ready to go
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Lookin good. I'll probably be doin the same fuel setup for E85 here soon

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