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Old 01-28-2008, 01:10 AM   #1
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Hey everybody, i'm about to purchase a bell series 1 turbo kit. Will the 1997 ECU with Walbro 190lph-hp run the supra 305cc injectors appropriately with a Begi Multirole Rising Rate regulator that allows for stock idle pressure to be adjusted? If not, what fuel injectors would allow me some headroom to reach 9-10 psi without going standalone?
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Yes, my 96 ecu idled supra green tops just fine, although a little rich. I also have a begi fpr and 190hp pump.
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If it's any help, the supra injectors idle fine on my stock ECU for my 2004 MSM, and the ECUs on these are really crappy.
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its a 15% increase, it should be enough that the ecu can compensate. I idled them like stock on my 1.6L albeit AFM adjustments
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Is it possible to generate 210-220 horsepower with a stock ECU, 305cc injectors, Begi Rising Rate FMU, and 190 LPH-HP fuel pump?
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yeah i did it with plenty of fuel to spare. timing retard?
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im also interested in this for my nb, are they just pnp? or would i have to do some wiring/harness work?
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Dang, well how much boost do you think I could push on a typical GT2560R turbo equipped with this fuel setup?
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im also interested in this for my nb, are they just pnp? or would i have to do some wiring/harness work?
hey scott, aren't you glad you went through the trouble of the DIY Turbo FAQ?
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hey scott, aren't you glad you went through the trouble of the DIY Turbo FAQ?

nope. This site with have a very comprehensive easy to find/navigate FAQ shortly.
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