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Old 03-14-2014, 07:36 PM   #111
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Here are my goals:

12-14 psi + 10:1 CR (Static) + E85= Lots of broken ****
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Old 03-14-2014, 07:45 PM   #112
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Here are my goals:

12-14 psi + 10:1 CR (Static) + E85= Lots of broken ****
Sounds like that sucker is going to scoot
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Nice, so your shooting for a compression ratio around 8.5/1 then?

Just trying to gauge evreyones builds and power goals lol
That is exactly what I calculated. I wouldn't mind it to be a bit lower in case I want to run 15-18 psi during a dyno session.
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Old 03-14-2014, 08:22 PM   #114
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I started window shopping today if that counts.. So far around $3500 just in parts before exploring SC option for the 4V. Now I just need time off to ge tthe block torn down to see how outta whack the cylinder are.
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I started window shopping today if that counts.. So far around $3500 just in parts before exploring SC option for the 4V. Now I just need time off to ge tthe block torn down to see how outta whack the cylinder are.
Hopefully your heads arent too bad. I would dread buying cams for that thing. However, I do agree that Im not a huge fan of cammed modular engines. Any estimates on power numbers?
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If I had to guess I'm going to say the 500/500 area with low boost. maybe push 550/550. I dont want to have to run low impedance injector, because the means standalone fuel system..
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If I had to guess I'm going to say the 500/500 area with low boost. maybe push 550/550. I dont want to have to run low impedance injector, because the means standalone fuel system..
And more money!!
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e85 would require 72lb/hr injectors @ 550 RWHP So that puts me right under the bubble of having to go low impedance..
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e85 would require 72lb/hr injectors @ 550 RWHP So that puts me right under the bubble of having to go low impedance..
What are low impedance injectors? Difference from those and normal ones?
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What are low impedance injectors? Difference from those and normal ones?
Ford PCM's use PWM to fire injectors. The impedance of the coil inside the injector itself has a specific rating to flow the flow charts in the PCM. If the impedance rating doesnt match you can severely overfuel or under fuel a cylinder with the wrong injector.

BTW, FMS makes the injectors I would need @ $600 set.. Ouch.. Maybe time to setup for pump fuel..
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