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Old 10-22-2007, 11:40 PM
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what will happn if i run 305cc and not use the Vortech?
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you'll have a 93mimi setup
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well i see that thread got lost in the transfer, he basically ran huge *** injectors got it to idle with the MAF and tur-da he was done (i think)
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cause i was thinking if i ran the fmu and the 305cc that will turn out to be real rich right.and i dont want problems during start up when the car cant idle.then i was thinking not to run the 305cc but run the vortech until i get some type of management going on. then put the 305cc on
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Some information about your setup would help. There are lots of guys running 305s and FPRs, but they are all running 10+psi. Are you running a base GReddy kit, or do you have a custom tubular manifold, EWG, and a GT3276 on race gas?
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no its a base kit.. the only thing i have is a intercooler and a BOV but everthing else is greddy (turbo, downpipe , mani,). im just looking to boost 7psi with no mangement. using the manual boost controller
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1.8 injectors with the fpr in the kit is fine for 7psi.
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thanks zoom i think ill do that. ill save the 305cc until i get management then boost 10psi
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what will happn if i run 305cc and not use the Vortech?
you'll have enough fuel for a maximum of 175BHP
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im just looking to boost 7psi with no mangement.
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you'll have enough fuel for a maximum of 175BHP
really? I'd have thought a larger fuel pump or fpr would be in order for that much
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why?

all fuel injectors do is inject fuel.

all fuel pumps do is pump fuel into the rail so the injectors can have a supply of fuel.

the OEM FPR keeps the pressure at least 48psi in the rail at WOT. 305cc injectors run at 50psi can support about 150rwhp or so. the stock pump can adequately support around 300rwhp worth of fuel at 50psi.
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