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Old 12-16-2013, 06:02 PM
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Wanted to get your guys opinion on what I was thinking . Goal is 600whp stock long block on E85. Ill start by saying some idiot/previous owner cut the rubber fuel feed line between my stock feed line and fuel rail. It was then rigged backed together with some worm clamps lol? I dont trust it. It needs to be replaced which is why im considering using the Full Blown Motorsports stock fuel line -6 fitting then just running -6 line there after and thenback to the stock hard return line. Also up in the air on a fuel pump. From what i gather I feel the 340 may fall short. All input is greatly appreciated. Thanks in advanced guys

Fuel: E85
ID2000's
-6an fuel line
Full Blown -6 for stock feed line
Full Blown fuel rail
Full Blown fuel pressure regulator
Full Blown 340 fuel pump?
Walbro 400 E85 fuel pump?


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I was told the walbro 416 and new ID1300 would get me there and I would give up some power going with the id2000 to make it idle n drive normal. In for advice also
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Web app I made to help size up fuel systems:
http://webpages.charter.net/hybrdthr...mp_web_app.htm
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E85

Id 2000s

walbro 416

Stock fuel lines

Fuel pressure regulator of your choice

Good to go
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618 whp here on e85 with FID 2000's and a full blown 340. Everything else stock.
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618 whp here on e85 with FID 2000's and a full blown 340. Everything else stock.

Wow you squeezed a lot out of that pump. All I could get out of a 340 was 580hp.
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Originally Posted by cuci591 View Post
E85

Id 2000s

walbro 416

Stock fuel lines

Fuel pressure regulator of your choice

Good to go
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Originally Posted by herecomesboost View Post
Originally Posted by cuci591' timestamp='1387299482' post='22926835
E85

Id 2000s

walbro 416

Stock fuel lines

Fuel pressure regulator of your choice

Good to go
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I ditched the 2000cc. Maybe I have a defective 2000cc set. It makes good power, but it would just not idle and drive oem like.

I'm running th ID1300 and it is a night and day difference in idle, cruise and partial acceleration and deceleration. Noticeable drop in cabin drone with the ID1300.

Plan is to increase fuel rail pressure so that the ID1300 can flow for 600whp. Just need to get a set of pumps to flow enough at high fuel rail pressures. Don't think I'll go back to the 2000cc injectors and would rather stay under 500whp if need be for daily driving.
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^ that's what my tuner told me. Said run the 1300 vs the 2000 for around 600whp goal. I don't plan on using a fuel pressure regulator tho. Just OEM....hope its enough
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I have FIC2000's in my evo and the duty cycle at idle is 0% lol. And I'm still not even close to fully using them at Wot. I think a smaller injector would be ok


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