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Old Apr 20, 2017, 12:57 PM   #46
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That is crazy that they put a backwards compressor wheel in it. Well, I'm happy you finally figured it out, and that's awesome they gave you a race manifold and shirt for free. Top notch customer service. That deserves it's own thread in the review forum on here for sure!
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Old Apr 20, 2017, 01:40 PM   #47
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Yeah I will make a thread for that definitely.

Im not sure with the eventual switch to e85 if 1000cc injectors will be enough for this turbo??
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Get Fuel Injector Clinic 1100cc HI-z injectors, or Injector Dymanics ID1050X, you'll also need a bigger pump than a walbro 255. A walbro 450 isn't too hard to do.
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How about another Walbro 255?
I actually have a double pumper in the tank already.

Isn't there some special thing I would need for high impedance injectors?
or are the factory ones already high impedance?
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Old Apr 20, 2017, 03:46 PM   #50
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A douple pumper would be fine as well.


You just need a resistor pack delete plug, they're like $25
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Old Apr 20, 2017, 06:55 PM   #51
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I would like to get rid of those ugly things... I'll be looking into this! Thanks
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a hardwired 450 should be more than enough if you are on a budget....but double pumper is always the way to go.
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Lol well, for me I already have 2 255s in the tank so I guess it's the budget and best way to go for me.
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a hardwired 450 should be more than enough if you are on a budget....but double pumper is always the way to go.
Aren't you in need of an aftermarket FPR with a hardwired 450 as well?
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You shouldn't hardwire a Walbro 450, it should have a hi/lo voltage setup.
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You shouldn't hardwire a Walbro 450, it should have a hi/lo voltage setup.
I use the stm kit did 42 psi on a 6266 with oem camshaft

Q16 though
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Only reason I say that is it will over run the stock FPR when fuel demand is low. Makes tuning difficult because fuel pressure is unstable at low demand, which hurts drive ability.
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Old Apr 27, 2017, 12:32 PM   #58
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I ended up getting some FIC 1120's. Got them in the car last night and we've been tuning on them last night and today. So far I really like this turbo!
I can't wait to see what it is really capable of on a built block.
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Only reason I say that is it will over run the stock FPR when fuel demand is low. Makes tuning difficult because fuel pressure is unstable at low demand, which hurts drive ability.
yeah I had to change VE on it and drivability sucked.....rather have dual pumper its the way to go
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A properly done dual voltage review prevents that issue on a single walbro 450
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