I think you're going to be needing at least 42's to be safe. The 36's are a little too close IMO - you could max them out. Id go with 42's and the no FMU for the piece of mind.5speed said:i have a stock block with edle heads ect- s-trim with stock pullies and a powerpipe-[10 psi] i have a 255 intank pump and the vortech in line --stock lines and rails, now do need the FMU with pump gas [ 92-93] ???
that would suuuuuuuuuk,-- thanks a ton for the helpBLOWN1989SALEEN said:a guy i used to hang with here and there had a nasty S-trim combo, he tried 36's with NO FMU and 13+PSI and he was blowing HG's and melting pistons quite freqently
what about my combo at only 6 psi? will 36's be enough?BLOWN1989SALEEN said:a guy i used to hang with here and there had a nasty S-trim combo, he tried 36's with NO FMU and 13+PSI and he was blowing HG's and melting pistons quite freqently
thanks for the reply. im using the stock pullies. i can probably make like 7-8psi with the setup i have now, i just havent pushed it hard enough because everything is new (clutch and all) and i want to go easy on it for a while untill everything seats properly. so im sure i can make like 7-8 if i push it hard enough. i just have the 36# injectors here right now with MAF and dont know if i should use them.Racer LX said:
Not sure how you'll keep the boost down to 6 psi......what pulleys are you running? Anyway, IF you keep it at 6 psi, yeah, you'd probably be ok with just 36's......but eventually you'll want more power (everyone does), and then you'll need to do something (FMU, or bigger injectors, something).
Hope this helps,
what fmu ratio are you running w/ the 24's?