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Old 06-04-2012, 08:51 PM   #26
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wow....

sure.... yea..... that should fit?!?!
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Old 06-04-2012, 09:00 PM   #27
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Intercooler Art

The intercooler is now complete.... this was a big check mark off the list.

here are some photos to show its progression. Most of this work was completed DURING LoveFabs dyno day... 30 people got to stand around and watch Cody, cut, measure, bend, trim, retrim, retrim, retrim (you can always take a little off... but cannot add back to it!)

at 11pm the night of the dyno day/open house everyone was amazed to see this piece be complete and get a taste of how much work and how much art it takes to build something like this.
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Old 06-04-2012, 09:04 PM   #28
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open house dyno day welding lessons. hahahaha
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Old 06-04-2012, 09:10 PM   #29
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more pics to come over the next week.

thoughts and suggestions always welcomed.
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Old 06-04-2012, 09:12 PM   #30
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Very nice! What regulator are you going with for the Aeromotive. Also what fuel line and connectors did you choose. It looks like our fuel systems are similar.

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Old 06-04-2012, 09:18 PM   #31
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Very nice! What regulator are you going with for the Aeromotive. Also what fuel line and connectors did you choose. It looks like our fuel systems are similar.
It is the Aeromotive regulator that they suggested for our kit. Not sure exactly which one... i will find out though.

we got the whole sha bang from Aeromotive, fuel rails, pressure gauge, etc.
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Old 06-04-2012, 09:19 PM   #32
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haha... sorry... i was in picture posting mode.. didnt see the post.


I have a text out to Cody to see what Aeromotive Regulator came in the kit.
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Old 06-04-2012, 09:23 PM   #33
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haha... sorry... i was in picture posting mode.. didnt see the post.


I have a text out to Cody to see what Aeromotive Regulator came in the kit.
Thanks Kyle, I bet its the Pro series at your power level. Im at a quandary trying to decide what fuel line i want to run and which connectors.

It looks like from you pics your are running into the front of the rails from the Y block and the -8 return line from the back of the rails to the regulator?
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Old 06-04-2012, 09:42 PM   #34
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Thanks Kyle, I bet its the Pro series at your power level. Im at a quandary trying to decide what fuel line i want to run and which connectors.

It looks like from you pics your are running into the front of the rails from the Y block and the -8 return line from the back of the rails to the regulator?
yea. that is right..... I think. haha. when they ran the fuel lines i was more focused on the intercooler. I think we had -10 and -8 lines... the smaller one going back as return.
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Old 06-04-2012, 10:05 PM   #35
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Cant wait to get your feedback on the new setup. Looks like you are very close to pounding some pavement.
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Wow, that has got to be the best setup I've seen so far of a TT. Awesome work . I need to stay off this site or I'll never finish my with all these ideas.
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Old 06-04-2012, 11:38 PM   #37
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The regulator looks like the 13101 model.
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Good heck Kyle that sucker is going to be a beast, and I thought that it was a beast before. Definitely going to following your progress.
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Old 06-05-2012, 09:59 AM   #40
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Good heck Kyle that sucker is going to be a beast, and I thought that it was a beast before. Definitely going to following your progress.

thanks guys... its coming together... really awesome getting to see Cody's ideas take shape that is for sure.

It is an honor to get those LoveFab emblems under the hood Cody.
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and here is an embedded link of Cody at Car Warriors

dang.. just got to watch this for the first time. pretty impressive. awesome work Cody.

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Old 06-05-2012, 11:23 AM   #41
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I knew the name was familiar. Congrats on the new build Kyle. Cody, you do amazing work. I can wait to see how the finished build turns out.
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Old 06-06-2012, 10:26 AM   #42
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I knew the name was familiar. Congrats on the new build Kyle. Cody, you do amazing work. I can wait to see how the finished build turns out.
thanks bud. we were so amazed watching that intake take shape over the late hours of saturday night. haha.

any one in Cali need one of those??
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one question that I have still revolves around injectors.

we have the Aeromotive Eliminator fuel system with speed controller. I know we have enough fuel getting to the engine bay... my next question is around injectors.

we really are shooting for 1200rwhp, even though we.. i mean I may not admit to it. I have heard that anything 100+ lb injectors will not mesh well with the stock computer.

I have looked into this driver.... but have not heard much about it.
http://www.acceleronics.com/versafuelerorder.htm

it seems to be an economical solution, instead of getting a new computer.

so as of now.... I still have the 85lb injectors, we will run low boost, make low hp for a while, as we do shake down tests and get some miles on the setup. Cody is very careful about the duty cycle on the injectors so we will not push them.

so what is the next step passed the 85s i guess is my question.
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Old 06-06-2012, 12:43 PM   #44
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Pretty cool feeding the tubes thru the radiator support...
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one question that I have still revolves around injectors.

we have the Aeromotive Eliminator fuel system with speed controller. I know we have enough fuel getting to the engine bay... my next question is around injectors.

we really are shooting for 1200rwhp, even though we.. i mean I may not admit to it. I have heard that anything 100+ lb injectors will not mesh well with the stock computer.

I have looked into this driver.... but have not heard much about it.
http://www.acceleronics.com/versafuelerorder.htm

it seems to be an economical solution, instead of getting a new computer.

so as of now.... I still have the 85lb injectors, we will run low boost, make low hp for a while, as we do shake down tests and get some miles on the setup. Cody is very careful about the duty cycle on the injectors so we will not push them.

so what is the next step passed the 85s i guess is my question.

You may want to talk to these guys about the injectors. (http://www.corvetteinjectors.com) I don't know them personally, but they were given to me as a reference.

The size of the injector is usually fairly irrelevant to the computer. It comes down to does it have the granularity to handle a large injector in the very low rpm cruise range. Full throttle is easy. Part throttle/street driving larger injectors is always the hard part. We have 160's on the Firebird and really have to pay attention to cylinder wash during extended low rpm/low power use. The workaround is to make sure you run the rpm up/hammer every so often while driving. (Must be under load. Blipping the throttle in neutral is usually not enough)
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My injectors work fine with stock ECM and I have 1200 ish HP.
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one question that I have still revolves around injectors.

we have the Aeromotive Eliminator fuel system with speed controller. I know we have enough fuel getting to the engine bay... my next question is around injectors.

we really are shooting for 1200rwhp, even though we.. i mean I may not admit to it. I have heard that anything 100+ lb injectors will not mesh well with the stock computer.

I have looked into this driver.... but have not heard much about it.
http://www.acceleronics.com/versafuelerorder.htm

it seems to be an economical solution, instead of getting a new computer.

so as of now.... I still have the 85lb injectors, we will run low boost, make low hp for a while, as we do shake down tests and get some miles on the setup. Cody is very careful about the duty cycle on the injectors so we will not push them.

so what is the next step passed the 85s i guess is my question.
I asked Corey about this and he said that a lot of that is old school computer tech... He mentioned a box made by Honda that does the same thing...

Why don't you have Cody call and talk to Corey about it... Corey mentioned if we run out of injector on my car before we get where we want we'll just up-size them, and I have 93 lb/hr injectors on there right now...
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Just call FIC and order the bosch 120's. I may be wrong but I believe that's what huffer has along with few other people running stock ecu.
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Just call FIC and order the bosch 120's. I may be wrong but I believe that's what huffer has along with few other people running stock ecu.
You are correct sir. Excellent injector.
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