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Old 02-22-2012, 08:45 PM   #26
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I'm getting ready to install this same kit an was wondering what my factory pump would handle with FAST 65lb/hr injectors. What was the duty cycle of the injectors at 8psi?
I'll check with the tuner tomorrow and let you know on the duty cycles. Any particular reason you want to use those injectors? I believe this kit comes with 60lb injectors..
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Old 02-22-2012, 08:49 PM   #27
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Very nice!
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Old 02-23-2012, 11:57 AM   #28
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Very nice!
Thanks!! Video is ready



On Nitto 305/35R20 NT555R Drag Radial tires too
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Old 02-23-2012, 12:00 PM   #29
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Old 02-23-2012, 12:31 PM   #30
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I like everything 'cept for the rear pipes. I don't know why but the two pipes in the middle looks ricey to me.
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Old 02-23-2012, 12:39 PM   #31
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I bought a tuner kit an I knew the complete kit came with 63lb/hr I believe so I went with 65's. I hoping that I will be ok with a bap and those injectors... I plan on running no more than 9 psi.
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Old 02-23-2012, 01:12 PM   #32
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why not get a ZL1 pump and forget about the BAP?
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Old 02-23-2012, 01:26 PM   #33
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why not get a ZL1 pump and forget about the BAP?
The ZL1 fuel pump should only be good for about 600-650 horsepower at the flywheel by itself... so he will need that and a boost-a-pump. Or a new twin pump kit like Lingenfelter offers, which is what we will probably be using.
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Old 02-23-2012, 04:56 PM   #34
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Wow, that centered exhaust actually look pretty good. Good job!
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Old 02-24-2012, 10:35 AM   #35
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Sean, I was comparing both IPS TT and Turbonetics Single Turbo. Both @ 8PSI and stock engine. In fact the IPS kit is using stock manifold. But you can see after 3500 RPM the IPS keeps moving up more rapidly than Turbonetics. Can you comment why? Thanks!
It seems like different dynos put out way different numbers. I ran 145mph at 3300# and another guy on a forum ran 145mph at 3400#. You'd think very close dyno numbers, but I made 590whp and he made 750whp. Both 6.0 engines and 75mm turbo. Pretty ridiculous difference when the cars had to make almost the exact same amount of power to go the same speed at the same weights.
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Old 02-25-2012, 08:28 AM   #36
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So how was the install, everything fairly straight forward no big issues? What guages are you running?
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Old 02-25-2012, 10:16 AM   #37
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these are by far the best pictures of the kit posted I have seen, I made the same numbers basically with a canned tune, Im looking foward to a " real tune " still not sure of deleting the cats @ Sean did you get a smell from the cat deletes ? Im probably adding ARH shortys soon and debating weather to catless or get the PI catalytic cats for boosted cars

adding a ZL1 fuel pump next im not looking to go over 600 right now
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Old 02-26-2012, 01:01 PM   #38
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1/4 mile update: 11.50 @ 126 mph

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Wow, that centered exhaust actually look pretty good. Good job!
Thanks, right now there are no mufflers, so it's a little raspy around 2k rpms with no cats. We'll be putting mufflers on there soon tho, and pulling the tips in a little more, I think they are sticking out a little too far right now..

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So how was the install, everything fairly straight forward no big issues? What guages are you running?
Install was great, all bolt on stuff. The kit comes with step by step instructions and detailed pictures. Right now I have the a temporary AEM wideband set on the dash for tuning. Auto Meter Elite gauges are on order (the gauges that change colors at high/low thresholds), they should be here next week and those are going in the Auto Meter dual gauge pod on the pillar. I will be using Vac/Boost and Fuel Pressure gauges for now.

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these are by far the best pictures of the kit posted I have seen, I made the same numbers basically with a canned tune, Im looking foward to a " real tune " still not sure of deleting the cats @ Sean did you get a smell from the cat deletes ? Im probably adding ARH shortys soon and debating weather to catless or get the PI catalytic cats for boosted cars

adding a ZL1 fuel pump next im not looking to go over 600 right now
Keep us updated on how yours turns out. No smell from the cat-delete pipes, other than the initial burn off from the residue inside. That was gone in a minute or two though. Let me if the ARH shorties fit this kit.



We did some 1/4 mile testing on Saturday. With an easy 3,200 rpm launch on the Nitto NT555R drag radials, we got an 11.50 @ 126 mph with a 1.91 60'.



Not bad for cruising down the track. Picked up 1.5 seconds and 15 mph over the 13.0@111 mph we initially ran in this car when it was stock.

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Old 02-27-2012, 08:09 AM   #39
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Thats really awsome, I love in car videos, keep em coming.

THANKS!!

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Old 03-29-2012, 01:14 PM   #40
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anti-lag / launch control update

We now have the Lingenfelter fuel pump upgrade installed, as well as a nice catch can, and more importantly, the Lingenfelter Launch Control box installed. We have it set at -5* timing pulled, with a .4 second delay, and 4,500 RPM rev limiter. Right now it's making about 4 lbs of boost at the line. Should be a huge improvement in the 60' times at the track to say the least! (we use a Hurst short shifter and shift knob with a button on it to control both the anti-lag/launch control box, and the line lock for burnouts) 1,000 HP axles/half-shafts coming soon as well!

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Old 03-30-2012, 08:53 AM   #41
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Thanks for sharing the pictures and info. I am really looking into doing this kit on mine just because its strait bolt-on. Just got done with a custom kit for my 2002 and man I had a lot of bugs to work out.
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Old 04-02-2012, 10:41 PM   #42
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Let us know how well the Lingenfelter Launch Control box helps at the track...

I installed the same one on my rear mount vette and went from a 1.85 60ft to 1.55 60ft cause I was able to leave the line with 5-6# boost.
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Old 04-23-2012, 03:58 PM   #43
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A couple more updates: We painted the front mount intercooler black, as well as the upper radiator hose pipe. Also, we color-matched the intake tubes coming from the intercooler in Victory Red. The kit looks really good blacked-out and paint-matched! The T3 front bumper ports should be installed in a day or two as well, should be a nice little ram-air effect when the bumper is back on!





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Old 04-23-2012, 05:56 PM   #44
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The ZL1 fuel pump should only be good for about 600-650 horsepower at the flywheel by itself... so he will need that and a boost-a-pump. Or a new twin pump kit like Lingenfelter offers, which is what we will probably be using.

That is incorrect. We use the ZL1 fuel Pump on our Turbo kits and when used with 80lb. Injectose the IDC is only 51%. This is with 645rwhp and 745 rwtq thru a 6 speed. We were testing just the ZL1 first to see if we needed a BAP, however with the results of the IDC there is no need for it.

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That is incorrect. We use the ZL1 fuel Pump on our Turbo kits and when used with 80lb. Injectose the IDC is only 51%. This is with 645rwhp and 745 rwtq thru a 6 speed. We were testing just the ZL1 first to see if we needed a BAP, however with the results of the IDC there is no need for it.

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So what is the zl1 good until whp with 80lb injectors?
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Old 04-23-2012, 08:41 PM   #46
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The ZL1 fuel pump should only be good for about 600-650 horsepower at the flywheel by itself... so he will need that and a boost-a-pump. Or a new twin pump kit like Lingenfelter offers, which is what we will probably be using.
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That is incorrect. We use the ZL1 fuel Pump on our Turbo kits and when used with 80lb. Injectose the IDC is only 51%. This is with 645rwhp and 745 rwtq thru a 6 speed. We were testing just the ZL1 first to see if we needed a BAP, however with the results of the IDC there is no need for it.

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Hey Chris, thanks for chiming in. My numbers were based on a flow chart someone posted on the CTS-V and ZL1 fuel pumps. So what would you say are the max safe Horsepower numbers using just the new ZL1 fuel pump by itself, without a BAP?
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Old 04-23-2012, 08:45 PM   #47
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What size injectors did you guys use with your build? The Turbonetics supplied 60lb/hr?
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What size injectors did you guys use with your build? The Turbonetics supplied 60lb/hr?
Yes, we used the Turbonetics fuel injectors that came in the kit, and the stock Camaro fuel pump, for the 571 rear wheel Horsepower dyno pulls/setup (JBA Shortys, cat-deletes, ~8 lbs boost). I think the IDCs were around 90%.
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Thanks Sean. That really helps me out because I need a retune, but want over the 600rwhp mark and doesn't look like I can get it since that would be near maxing out my injectors. :(

Now I know I have to get new injectors. Damn, just another item I need to buy. Lol
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A couple more updates: We painted the front mount intercooler black, as well as the upper radiator hose pipe. Also, we color-matched the intake tubes coming from the intercooler in Victory Red. The kit looks really good blacked-out and paint-matched! The T3 front bumper ports should be installed in a day or two as well, should be a nice little ram-air effect when the bumper is back on!





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How did you paint the intercooler, that is definitely something that I want to do to mine.

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