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Old 10-09-2008, 06:13 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Injectors for FP Red

Hey everyone. I haven't been on in a while and I'm over in Iraq right now. I'm planning to order an FP Red in a couple weeks so it will be waiting for me when I get home in January. What size injectors are recommended for this turbo? Planning to run 91 oct and race gas. I saw people using everything from 780s to 1000s. Any harm stepping all the way up to 1000s?
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I'd go with the 1000s... you'll need the fuel if you are planning on running higher mass flow...
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Any recommendations on brands? Do they all have the same connections? I want to avoid any rewiring if possible.. plug and play is what I'm looking for. Maybe they are all like that..
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i'd say at least 1000s, i'd go with 1200s.
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880s should work fine on pump 1000s for a little more head room, depending on boost levels.
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Are you planning on running 91 or E85?
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1ks , RC or FICs. are both good injectors.
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Old 10-12-2008, 01:50 AM   #8 (permalink)
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Are you planning on running 91 or E85?
Right now I'm planning to run 91 and have another tune for race gas to use at the track. So if I get 1000s would that leave enough room to run E85 if I made the switch later on?
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I'd say yes, but Tobz or JustDSM would be a better gauge on that. Do you guys agree?
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i'd say no, i'm on a double-pumper and fpgreen 1000cc. Without the double-pumper i'd be maxed out!
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Here's a link to Buschur's FP Red results... he's got a 530WHP and is only running 1200cc injectors.
evolutionm.net - View Single Post - 9sec9/OKIX's EVO, ROUND TWO!

Also do you have an EMS? If not, you should probably look into one for your big power setup!
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I would go with 1200's because the chances are that you probably will switch to E-85 and you wont want to buy twice. Plus 1200's will give you room down the road if you want to upgrade bigger.
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^^^^ he speaks the truth!
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RC 1200s are great. If your going to mostly run pump or race gas I would stick wih the 1000s for now.

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RC 1200s are great. If your going to mostly run pump or race gas I would stick wih the 1000s for now.

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That's what I was thinking too.
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