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Old Apr 20, 2017, 11:57 AM   #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, 12:40 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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Old Apr 20, 2017, 12:59 PM   #48
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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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Old Apr 20, 2017, 01:57 PM   #49
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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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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, 05:55 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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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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