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52% difference. You simply multiply my req_fuel by 48% and whatever the number is, put it in and it should idle just fine.

My tables go to 1.4-bar of boost too.

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Old 02-12-2014, 09:55 AM
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Cool i'm stting mine up with two tables one for e-85 if it's still available when i get it done, and the other for 93 octane pump gas. Is yours 3.4 with 7.5 to one pistons? And did you coat them?
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Ha ha, Frank, you sweet talker!
Getting closer on your next goodie, it's gonna help you to your goal and look real nice on that engine.

Here's a comparison shot of that turbocharger vs. a stock 3LDZ. It's one bad mutha, one size larger than we used on Tom's ÜBER930, good for 1,000+hp.
Maybe you ought to go turn in your driver's license now, save yourself the trouble? ;-)

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Cool i'm stting mine up with two tables one for e-85 if it's still available when i get it done, and the other for 93 octane pump gas. Is yours 3.4 with 7.5 to one pistons? And did you coat them?
I'm 3.4 with 7.5:1 CR, non-coated.
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And to think I was starting to second guess myself for selling all my stock CIS crap. Not anymore! Great looking build.

You gong with the big billet TurboKraft intercooler?

What did you use for fuel rails?
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Of course I am going with TK full bay. And for now stock Carrera rails with 8an fittings. I'm feeding the rails by aero motive, a1000 and 10an to filter. Ken I am running a flex fuel sensor so no more testing the fuel nor changing tunes for diff fuels. Talk to Derwood if you don't have one, also do you have your ms3 yet? My guy up here is the man for building like you want great support and offers stuff like this
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Those A1000 pumps can be pretty noisy. Do you have an insulation plan to keep it quiet-ish?

The stock rails will probably be just fine. The cross-sectional area of the OEM rail is larger than the area of the 3x injectors' inlets. I assume you are feeding both rails through a fuel Y-block, returning both to the FPR -- correct?

Nice Mil-spec bulkhead connector!
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Ok no I didn't get a fuel switch. Hadn't decided about that yet. I do have my ms3 with the upgrade board and I got a knock sensor card. And all the sensors. I also got 80 pound injectors which are too small I'm thinking already. The fuel sensor? does that just have it swap back and forth between the maps or does it intigrate them? What I mean by that is for instance if you had half a tank of e-85 mixed with half a tank of premium. Niether map would be quite correct for that fuel mixture.
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80# injectors and a 3.5bar FPR = done around 550rwhp
Run more fuel pressure, or, run larger injectors.

Injector Dynamics' injectors aren't cheap, but they're about the best we've used so we usually keep some on the shelf with the adapters for Porsche applications.
We used the ID1000s on Tom's build with more base pressure (they're rated up to 6bar) and they were not maxed out at the 722whp.
The new ID1300s are phenomenal, all stainless steel construction, manufactured by Bosch Motorsports.
ID2000s will behave perfectly at a low 850rpm idle, yet easily support all the power a 930 engine could make.

I think you're gong to need to run a fairly high base fuel pressure, Frank.
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So should i be looking at 100# injectors?
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Not taking anything from Chris and his but the INJECTOR CLINIC is up the road from me in Hobe sound and they took the time to go even further than just give me a matched set, they tested a few and got me less than 1% diff. check out the web site. It's awesome. Great bunch of knowledgable guys
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Here is a pic of denso cop and 1100cc injectors
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Nice, Frank!

Still drooling over the Mode headers!
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Not taking anything from Chris and his but the INJECTOR CLINIC is up the road from me in Hobe sound and they took the time to go even further than just give me a matched set, they tested a few and got me less than 1% diff. check out the web site. It's awesome. Great bunch of knowledgable guys
Cool -- rock 'em!
Are those the Toyota COPs?
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Yep. And my OCD kicked in and we'll...........no more extended tabs I'm going RSR
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Nice, clean engine!! What's the part number for the COPs??
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Ken yes. The flex sensor will not only make corrections between summer blend and winter blend but also you will be able to have a half tank of either. You only need a tune for both. Put on the return side to tank. Low pressure. Pretty small too
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