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Old 03-31-2012, 08:06 PM   #21
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But the complete vortech systems fuel setup won't support that and blower cams, t would make too much power. OP you could do a vortech tuner kit for $2500 then piece the fuel system together and add cams or meth or IC.
Hmm true. What would be your guesstimation on price for the needed size injectors and fuel pump setup on top of that $2500? That way I know myself and all of that info can be put in here for the sake of knowledge.
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it really depends on desired power levels

if just shooting for 400 your fuel system will be WAY less involved than setups that are 500+
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it really depends on desired power levels

if just shooting for 400 your fuel system will be WAY less involved than setups that are 500+
So example: a v1 s complete kit installed with stage 1 blower cams and keeping the 3.60 pulley on would the 255lph pump that comes with the kit be fine? But once you start to pulley down you need to dive into fuel upgrades?
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I would guess with that setup power would be in the low 400 range. 42 or 60# injectors and a 255 Walbro with bap or 300 Walbro should do the trick
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When going upwards of 500+ is when rails, lines, etc should be addressed
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I would guess with that setup power would be in the low 400 range. 42 or 60# injectors and a 255 Walbro with bap or 300 Walbro should do the trick
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When going upwards of 500+ is when rails, lines, etc should be addressed
Oh ok I gotcha appreciate that!
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