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Old 07-16-2013, 09:16 PM
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Default Hay guyz so i wanna buy an ebay manifold.

Will this work? I only want to run 6 psi so i figure it should work alright.




Oh and also i dont want to spend much money so i plan on running nothing to control the fuel and the spark.
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Lots of octane booster.


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lengthen your injector pulse another milisecond
you'll run nines
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Add a coldside blower to the mix - that will make everything better.
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Add a coldside blower to the mix
Won't that blow the welds?
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e-cool?
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How about if i run a 5th injector. That should work right?
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Now you just need to buy the turbo to have the complete kit, should bolt up nicely.
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You should just bolt your turbo to the block. Why even use a manifold?
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This is all you need.



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diy, the only way to go...
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that looks too expensive
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Originally Posted by sturovo View Post

diy, the only way to go...
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Because rounds are over rated.

But those welding skills are amazing.
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diy, the only way to go...
#techsalvager
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"When you look at the pressure map, is it the turbine side or the compressor side?"
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