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Old 12-17-2013, 04:02 PM
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Some good input! Hmmm. Maybe I should just replace that rubber feed line and keep things simplistic.

AEM Fuel pressure regulator on the stock rail? Then tap the rail for a fuel pressure gauge?


http://www.aemelectronics.com/fuel-p...-2000-2003-333


http://www.ebay.com/itm/Fuel-Pressur...5d917d&vxp=mtr
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Old 12-17-2013, 07:06 PM
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I made 640whp+ on a FB340 with KB BAP and ID2000s. They def don't idle anywhere near as nicely as the 1000s or my original ID1300 which were defective as they swelled and reduced flow.
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I don't get why everyone complains about the idle of 2000s. Yes it lopes a bit at idle. but I can hardly tell the difference once the car is moving. My car is run on the street only an I have zero problems. (662hp) Just wondering why people are so against them.
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yea, i'm on FID 2000's and they idle perfect to me. i cant speak for any other brand but i would for sure reccommend FID 2000's for 600+ hp
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My car idled great on ID2000s? Took about 30 mins tuning it in, but once it was done it was perfect.
Like stated 2000s, walbro 400, adj fpr, possibly a fuel rail, call it a day. I love my ID2000s, never have to buy another injector ever again.
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I made 650 with a 255 and ID1000s
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I purchased a fb dual hanger, 2000cc, -8an feed/-6an return, in-line filter, weldon afpr & aem rail all for a decent price as a package deal.

Now..... after I made the purchase, I came across on another good deal on a Kenne Bell boost-a-pump (single pump unit NOT the dual pump one unfortunately)

it has me thinking on my options....should I upgrade my current 320 pump for a 450 and utilize the kb BAP or upgrade to the dual hanger

my current setup is 1000cc, stock lines, rail & 320 pump. I’m aiming for 675-700 on e85. Can a single 450 with the BAP, 2000cc injectors, 8/6an lines, weldon afpr& aem rail support my goals or stick to the dual hanger

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Originally Posted by JoeyBalls View Post
I made 650 with a 255 and ID1000s
OG right here. 650 is very impressive with that setup...seems like you would have to be at the absolute max capacity of that fuel setup to hit those numbers..can be done but probably not efficient
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Originally Posted by 2rbolag View Post
I purchased a fb dual hanger, 2000cc, -8an feed/-6an return, in-line filter, weldon afpr & aem rail all for a decent price as a package deal.

Now..... after I made the purchase, I came across on another good deal on a Kenne Bell boost-a-pump (single pump unit NOT the dual pump one unfortunately)

it has me thinking on my options....should I upgrade my current 320 pump for a 450 and utilize the kb BAP or upgrade to the dual hanger

my current setup is 1000cc, stock lines, rail & 320 pump. I’m aiming for 675-700 on e85. Can a single 450 with the BAP, 2000cc injectors, 8/6an lines, weldon afpr& aem rail support my goals or stick to the dual hanger
ive been contemplating the same setup except wanting mid 700s. Guys hitting those high hp numbers on 1000s have gotta be running on lean afrs.

from what ive seen, the walbro 525 is just a 450 running at higher amperage...question is, how long will the 450 pump last at that higher amperage. There is a 17v and 21v version of the BAP

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