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  1. Fasteddiezo6
    12-21-2013 11:45 PM
    Saw a thread you made back in 2008 about the denso supra tt pump! I just got out of the Army and purchased a 2003+ z06 pro charged, AFR heads, 42lbs injectors blah blah blah and zero done to the fuel system. I'm looking to get into the 650-700rwhp range but I know I'm stuck with the fuel system and truly don't want to spend 1100 on a fuel system that looks like shit! I was wondering what you think is the best/cheapest route for me to go so I only have to do this once and never again. The car will probably never see over 700rwhp in its life time! So just maybe a system to support 800 to be on the safe side! Thank you for reading all this non sense and for your time and knowledge
  2. 9secz06
    01-12-2009 03:32 AM
    Everyone shot down my ideas about my rear mount setup. I did not read the original posts you had. Why don't you use this idea? Hellion hellraiser kit you could use a maggie on top and mount your turbo where you want to.
  3. lionelc5
    11-19-2008 09:50 AM
    I am in a situation where I need sme info on your fuel set up, I dynoed my C5 yesterday, and ran out of fuel at 650 hp. I am not trying to go much higher in HP but I am looking for some safty without spending 2k on a fuel upgrade.


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    02 z06
    +600rwhp 383 lunati, procharger d1sc, rev limitted @ 6500, long tubes, intercooled, 2.73 gears
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