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Old 06-28-2019, 10:43 PM
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1006WHP @ 16lbs and stock fuel pump
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Joe made an awesome deal on them Give them a call I am sure he can give you a shipped quote
So you're saying they're expensive? Lol.
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1006WHP @ 16lbs and stock fuel pump
****** awesome...

was it out of fuel?
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Looks like the FIC injectors could handle the needs on their own.
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Well, we aren't stopping there. More boost to make, more fuel to use.
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Very impressive
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Well, we aren't stopping there. More boost to make, more fuel to use.
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Any updates?...
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Very good numbers... What pulley combo are you using? E85 or 93?

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Any updates?...
Pretty sure still just waiting on the bigger high pressure fuel pump before going any further since it's going to need it.
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Awesome install... I have a maggy 2650 going on my trackhawk right now... and when thats done putting one on my vette! Great job!
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Only 1,000 rwhp? My goodness, I'd kill myself in something with that much horsepower. Amazing!
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Does going with a Maggie like the 2650 help bring down operating temps (over the high-spinning stock Eaton) or no?
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Does going with a Maggie like the 2650 help bring down operating temps (over the high-spinning stock Eaton) or no?
Lowering IATs or oil / water temps? IATs it might a little as the bigger blower isnít working as hard. Probably see this more at higher HP levels. Also this blower looks to have MUCH bigger intercooler bricks than stock so they should help absorb more heat (donít forget the bigger HE to help reject said additional heat).

as for oil / water probably not. You will probably be dumping a little more heat into the cooling air thanks to the bigger intercooler a bit then the blower is running a little cooler. So probably not a lot of difference.

Basically If you want cooling mods go search for cooling threads on here. There are loads of options out there (hint, hint: Katech zero cut option, GSpeed, DeWitts oil / aux coolers or 70mm rad, etc, etc!).

If you want 1000rwhp whilst still using a PD blower, look no further!
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Old 07-10-2019, 03:42 PM
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Originally Posted by chuntington101 View Post
Lowering IATs or oil / water temps? IATs it might a little as the bigger blower isnít working as hard. Probably see this more at higher HP levels. Also this blower looks to have MUCH bigger intercooler bricks than stock so they should help absorb more heat (donít forget the bigger HE to help reject said additional heat).

as for oil / water probably not. You will probably be dumping a little more heat into the cooling air thanks to the bigger intercooler a bit then the blower is running a little cooler. So probably not a lot of difference.

Basically If you want cooling mods go search for cooling threads on here. There are loads of options out there (hint, hint: Katech zero cut option, GSpeed, DeWitts oil / aux coolers or 70mm rad, etc, etc!).

If you want 1000rwhp whilst still using a PD blower, look no further!
I was thinking of oil / water temps. Thankfully I don't ever expect to have overheating issues with my '19 M7, but figured I'd ask since the these cars run hotter than most and the Maggies are popular choices.
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Iíll be sure to let you know when I get the car back if I have any overheating issues
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Originally Posted by Freaked Ls3 View Post
Iíll be sure to let you know when I get the car back if I have any overheating issues
Iím sure Joe would help you address that. The only overheating problem you will have is the tires.
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Old 07-13-2019, 04:03 AM
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Originally Posted by CamOnlyJabroni View Post
Iím sure Joe would help you address that. The only overheating problem you will have is the tires.
With all the cooling mods done by the guys at CPR we added on this car youíre right hahaha
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Old 07-13-2019, 02:13 PM
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Does the 2650 bolt right on( like the 2300?) to the C7 ZO6's, WHat RWHP are the 2650 giving with just 2650 blower, bigger TB, LT headers, Catless X pipe, A good conservative Tune on 93 pump gas only.
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Originally Posted by cajunboyz View Post
Does the 2650 bolt right on( like the 2300?) to the C7 ZO6's, WHat RWHP are the 2650 giving with just 2650 blower, bigger TB, LT headers, Catless X pipe, A good conservative Tune on 93 pump gas only.
i dont think anybody can answer 98% of your questions because there are like 10 of these blowers out there in peoples hands right now.
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