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Old 03-31-2014, 03:19 PM   #231
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Haha I mean I can get a TIG off my uncles work truck, but I don't wanna be bumming him for his Caterpillar F650 all the time. Welds up to 3" solid stainless steel.
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Old 03-31-2014, 08:58 PM   #232
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Going with Metco fuel rails, aeromotive regulator, and all russell fittings.and nylon hoses on the manifold. -8an main feed, -6an return with 79# injectors.
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Old 03-31-2014, 08:59 PM   #233
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Dont do all your mocking up an then makes sure everything fits correctly then tig it.. I have used duct tape before for mocking parts before welding.
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Old 03-31-2014, 09:27 PM   #234
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Haha Im using card board and duck tape right now.
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Going with Metco fuel rails, aeromotive regulator, and all russell fittings.and nylon hoses on the manifold. -8an main feed, -6an return with 79# injectors.
Damn! that's some fueling right there. What kind of pump will you be running?
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An Aeromotive A1000 single pump with -8an main feed and -6an return.
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Old 03-31-2014, 11:10 PM   #237
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Trying to find some reputable places to upgrade my fuel lines from the tank to the rails. Have any links.
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Old 03-31-2014, 11:22 PM   #238
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Trying to find some reputable places to upgrade my fuel lines from the tank to the rails. Have any links.
Sorry, kind not much help there. It took me two days just to wrestle that damn gas tank Bahaha. I haven't dared touched the fuel lines. wonder what mpg you'll get
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Sorry, kind not much help there. It took me two days just to wrestle that damn gas tank Bahaha. I haven't dared touched the fuel lines. wonder what mpg you'll get
Well I know one thing is for sure. I wont have any trouble turning my 35's over anymore. I was getting 8-10...... assuming I don't kick the pump into "OVERDRIVE" I would say 6-8 depending on how effienct my turbos make it. It could possible help out. I went with the high impedance injectors to help with tuning.

I'd like to get my dyno run on factory tires, instead of these 70lb MTRs(without the rim and air lol)
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Mileage should go up. -8an should be big enough. I would run a split feed and have the regulator on the back side of the system. Dont forget to use a boost referencing regulator. Will make it alot easier on the injector an help keep PWM down.
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