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Old 02-01-2012, 07:51 PM   #1
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I have a 2001 gt that has been stroked, procharger D1-sc (15 psi) and twin ford gt pumps with 42lb injectors. On the dyno it made 567hp and 530tq. I know I need to upgrade the injectors. My question is will the stock computer handle 80's or will 60's be good?
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Old 02-01-2012, 08:52 PM   #2
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I have no answer for your question, just wanted to tell ya that I think you're bragging and shame on you!
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Yeah, I am smelling a crock here--42 lb/h injectors would barely make 560 fwHP--there's no way it would happen at the wheels.

Also, the EECV can only deal with 1740 kg/h air flow, which at 0.6 BSFC is 532 fwHP--so we need to know a whole lot more about this setup...
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Old 02-01-2012, 11:13 PM   #4
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Really thats what it put down at the dyno. I also have a snow performance meth kit on it now but am planning to take it off thats why i never listed it. without the meth kit dyno numbers were like 530hp and 518. but the blower never really put out 15lbs like it should with the pulley set up. for some reason im only gitting 13lbs gotta fix that too. dont remember what mass air is on it now. i bought it when i bought the 42lb injectors. i have already bought a sct big mouth mass air just waiting for $ for injectors and tune. thats pretty much it besides full length headers, tko600 spec stage 3, lakewood bellhousing, tubular k-member and a-arms and built rearend.
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