How much boost are you planning to run. I use to run the stock injectors and the 8:1 FMU with 10#'s and made about 438rwhp with a safe a/f tune. It is difficult to tune the car with the FMU. Without the FMU and with 42# injectors, the power rose to 472rwhp. I would recommend going with the 42#'s since this gives you a comfort factor and room to grow to 500 or so rwhp.
Todd Edge, what other mods did u have when u were running the stock injectors and the 8:1 FMU, i am looking at running stock with a 255 lph fuel pump for about a month after i install my vortech untill i get the 42's on and dyno tuned? and do u think it would be alright for the car?
Other mods at the time were BBK longtubes, offroad-H, flowmasters, and a BBK throttlebody. You should be fine. There are a ton of others out there running the base(8#) kit with nothing else done to the car.
...without breaking the bank. Superchargersonline is a last resort if I can't find one on rockauto or something.
I bought a used setup that came with a 2.95/6.87 10-rib pulley combo but I switched the s/c pulley to a 3.33. From what I've read the stock kit has this pulley combo but with a 6-rib...
I recently installed the Elite Engineering E2-X Catch Can system with Clean Side Separator (CSS) on my Vortech Supercharged 1992 Ford Mustang 5.0 LX. I wanted to provide those looking to do a catch can setup with some insight from my learnings. Feel free to ask me questions and provide your...
When the stand alone is turned on and max timing is 25° at set parameters do the other values set for boost stack on top of that? So if I have max boost 20psi and max boost -20 then would that leave timing at 5° if all other tables were blank?
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