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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 01-01-2010, 01:39 AM Thread Starter
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More Fuel

want more.
Nozzle only or machine the pistons more and nozzles? 238/100%. No bigger than 250cc I stiil need to be able to tow with this truck,
Different charger in the works as well S400 T-6?

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Re: More Fuel

what kinda power are you looking for?

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500ish, big stroker ever checked backpressure # on your setup?

I see your dyno #'s and they look good,,. on my dyno run a year ago my torque # was 28ftl bs higher and a 100 hp less - wich concerns me or the dyno I ran on whas not accurate?

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Oh yea, Happy F'n new year!
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238/100%. Throw a modded h2e on and you are all set. Maybe an adrenaline pump if your Hpop is tired.

In regards to the torque vs hp, what RPM did you reach that at? If it's low in the curve, you may want to talk to you tuner.

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Re: More Fuel

peak torque 2100rpms peak hp 2500
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Re: More Fuel

Where those graphs your 200cc's and d66 setup?

Also how hot did that combination get while towing?

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That is on his current set up, minus the fuel system upgrades.
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Re: More Fuel

yes they are. Towing 10k in the 120r tune is managable as long as the r's are up. on the dyno the egt's were off the gauge.

27lph nozzles are on now, If I go to a 40ish lph nozzle that would be close to a 100% over correct?

the D66 so far had been a great turbo for pulling, on the street in the 120 tune it will surge easily in 5th and OD if less than 2k rpm's

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