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Old 04-12-2012, 08:24 AM   #36
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Yeah that isnt right. Fuel is your issue. I run 39 PSI at idle and when i go to WOT I see right at 50 and it stays there untill i let out of it. What fuel pump do you have? Fuel pressure should never drop below ~39PSI
I have a stock fuel pump with the kenne bell boost a pump set up
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Old 04-12-2012, 12:49 PM   #37
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Re: Cammed, geared, bolt on, radials 1/4 time

If i were you I would get an SVT Focus 255LPH fuel pump. Ive heard mixed reviews on the BAP. My tuner actually told me he wouldnt tune them because they are so up and down
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If i were you I would get an SVT Focus 255LPH fuel pump. Ive heard mixed reviews on the BAP. My tuner actually told me he wouldnt tune them because they are so up and down
I looked into the BAP a little more last night and read some reviews , seems like I'm not the only one having this issue I'm gonna swap to the focus pump the last thing I wanna do is run out of fuel at wot , I don't trust the BAP!
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Re: Cammed, geared, bolt on, radials 1/4 time

That would be a smart move man. Do that and get a new TB/plenum and I bet you will see some higher numbers. But on the down side, after you do that you will probably need a new tune
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That would be a smart move man. Do that and get a new TB/plenum and I bet you will see some higher numbers. But on the down side, after you do that you will probably need a new tune
Ya I kinda figured that! But no big deal I rather be safe than sorry! And some better numbers wouldn't be a bad deal either! Lol !
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Re: Cammed, geared, bolt on, radials 1/4 time

True story!!
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Re: Cammed, geared, bolt on, radials 1/4 time

Street and strip are different because just like when you beat a car at the track that had a FASTER time, it is all reaction time. If you beat him by 2 cars but he reacted 4 tenths slower than you, then he COULD have beat YOU by 2 cars. Get me? You could have run a slower time and still won.

All in all, I'd say you will see mid 12's if you can nail a low 1.8 or high 1.7
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Oh yea I know. Racing on the track comes down to the fastest time but on the street it's just who's ahead lol
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Oh yea I know. Racing on the track comes down to the fastest time but on the street it's just who's ahead lol
True, but my comment was that winning the street race is an inaccurate way of measuring a 1/4 mile time because of said factors.
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