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Old 09-07-2019, 08:50 AM
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On the website it says they highly recommend the Exergy FCV as well
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Old 09-10-2019, 09:55 AM
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Interested to see the results of people using them. Jesse said the held 2600US out of a stock injector...but that's kinda useless info. I think Ian is holding rail pressure with 60 overs but I'm not sure of the injector duration. It would be nice to see a single pump support 1800us out of a set of 60s IMO. Cheaper and simpler than dual pumps and well beyond the capabilities of a stock bottom end.
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Old 09-11-2019, 09:06 AM
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On the website it says they highly recommend the Exergy FCV as well


How hard is that to install?


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Old 09-11-2019, 09:10 AM
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Interested to see the results of people using them. Jesse said the held 2600US out of a stock injector...but that's kinda useless info. I think Ian is holding rail pressure with 60 overs but I'm not sure of the injector duration. It would be nice to see a single pump support 1800us out of a set of 60s IMO. Cheaper and simpler than dual pumps and well beyond the capabilities of a stock bottom end.
Josh @ RCD claimed his 10mm CP4 awhile back was holding full rail with RCD 60% overs but I don't think the statement claimed what size US fuel file was being run.
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Josh @ RCD claimed his 10mm CP4 awhile back was holding full rail with RCD 60% overs but I don't think the statement claimed what size US fuel file was being run.
Ian's only held to like 1350us or something, which is why he tried the warren pump, but yea 821 is what Josh told me, 69 with 60s and his cp4, but no info on inj. duration. I've taken an interest in these setups as I'd love to put injectors in mine and have a strong 750+ setup...but I want people to test these rods out first lol.
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Ian's only held to like 1350us or something, which is why he tried the warren pump, but yea 821 is what Josh told me, 69 with 60s and his cp4, but no info on inj. duration. I've taken an interest in these setups as I'd love to put injectors in mine and have a strong 750+ setup...but I want people to test these rods out first lol.
The 18+ rods hold 750 fine (with good tuning). Also, with compound turbos and stock injectors, you can hit 740 with a stroker pump.
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The 18+ rods hold 750 fine (with good tuning). Also, with compound turbos and stock injectors, you can hit 740 with a stroker pump.
No way bro. You made that up for sure
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The 18+ rods hold 750 fine (with good tuning). Also, with compound turbos and stock injectors, you can hit 740 with a stroker pump.


Right, I want injectors to run lower PW though, and i could be wrong in my thinking but a larger injector will aid spool better all other factors constant as itís delivering more fuel in each injection event. Crank gear and rods are my concern. There are a few guys I know that have run a 700+ hp setup on stock rods and without welding the crank gear. Waiting for someone to put 60s in his with the MP66 and see how it lasts(heís allegedly not planning to max them out but I foresee a long block in his future )

Iím between the MP6668 and maybe going with one of those neat little No Limit turbo kits with a 6870 PTE, for simplicity sake. But it is hard to beat the sound of a PTE as and atmo charger.


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