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What fuel system and injectors are you guys using for 2001 Z06 and 700-800rwhp?

 
Old 01-07-2019, 05:58 PM
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I have UPP twin turbos currently around 650rwhp, UPP fuel system, meth (maxed out) and 60lb injectors. Im nearly maxed out on injector and meth. So I will probably go to 95lb injector? I want to go from 13-14psi to 20-25psi.
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I would look into bosche 127's. They are proven and well priced.
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I agree, fic 127s are great for pump gas and e85 if you have enough room... I ran them on pump and meth for a couple of years around 800rw with a 255 pump and a1000 external and then switched the pumps to dual walbro 450s in the tank with no external and then switched to e85 and they still worked great but duty cycle was getting a little high so I swapped them out for 1650s... decide what power level you want to end up at and what fuel and that will help
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Another vote for 127s. I was maxing my 80s out at 800 rear wheel with a 255 intank and A&A big external system.
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Another vote for FIC127
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I run bosch 96# injectors (came with my upp 5871kit), intank 255 with external magnafuel 4303, snow dual nozzle kit, and on my old upp kit i made 820+rwhp with plenty of room on the fuel system on 91 pump gas.

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127's, e85, duel 450's, between 700-800rwhp
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