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Old 08-22-2012, 12:46 AM   #51
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Hey Pyro wth man i see you coming up big time.. I will definitely be discussing this with u. PS i got my race block in..haha..ttyl about it all.
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Old 08-22-2012, 06:05 AM   #52
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Hey Pyro wth man i see you coming up big time.. I will definitely be discussing this with u. PS i got my race block in..haha..ttyl about it all.
he's going legit yo. the nira circuit.
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he's going legit yo. the nira circuit.
nira circuit? really? car actually runs unlike some cars.....
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Not last week. Waiting to hear back on when I can get scheduled.
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For now, we are keeping the fuel rails on top of the runners, but the runners also have room for additional fuel rails under the plenums. This would be perfect to run direct port nitrous!!!! but i wont be doing that.........Ideally, I would like to install a fuel cell and run C16, and plumb lines into fuel rails that would be hidden under the plenums, and have 2 different tunes ready to go on the fly! Not sure when I'll be able to do something like this, but theres an idea!

I'll have the final install pics posted later tonight!
Dual fuel systems would be awesome. but you could incorporate both fuels in with one tune where it only kicks in when needed... aka when you turn up the boost.

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Here we go! Pictures of the Ozmo intake installed!

Not to nitpick...

but please tell me you are going to do something about the excess fuel line you have for the in line fuel filter. everything else has a nice clean look to it, then there's this huge length of fuel line that routes down and back to get to the rails.




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it's a f&f reference, just for humor.
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Dual fuel systems would be awesome. but you could incorporate both fuels in with one tune where it only kicks in when needed... aka when you turn up the boost.


Not to nitpick...

but please tell me you are going to do something about the excess fuel line you have for the in line fuel filter. everything else has a nice clean look to it, then there's this huge length of fuel line that routes down and back to get to the rails.




About the fuel lines, are you talking about the lines from the back of the rails that go to the regulator on the left? or the ones on the front that go under the TB? Any recommendations? I'm getting ready to redo my fuel lines in like an hour!

Got quite a few things planned for cleaning up the engine bay....
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About the fuel lines, are you talking about the lines from the back of the rails that go to the regulator on the left? or the ones on the front that go under the TB? Any recommendations? I'm getting ready to redo my fuel lines in like an hour!

Got quite a few things planned for cleaning up the engine bay....
wish I would have checked back on here after I left work.

Here's the lines I was talking about. should be able to shorten the main line going under the TB, take out one (or 2) of the elbows in the system and run a shorter length to help clean everything up a little more.

Other than that, I won't comment on your build unless you really want me to. and if you want to know why, PM Steiger and ask him about his car and I at the fest...lol
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Old 09-05-2012, 07:01 AM   #61
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yeah pyro i dont like them fuel lines bro...camarospike i think has a point here. But your the man...i am loving the intake...too bad I aint rich like you.lol
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wish I would have checked back on here after I left work.

Here's the lines I was talking about. should be able to shorten the main line going under the TB, take out one (or 2) of the elbows in the system and run a shorter length to help clean everything up a little more.

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yeah pyro i dont like them fuel lines bro...camarospike i think has a point here. But your the man...i am loving the intake...too bad I aint rich like you.lol
So I've been looking at it ALL DAY! I can't figure out how to route it a different way! Any ideas? I need to do it Friday at the latest....
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Beautiful engineering!! I especially like the throttle body Y pipe.

I notice you don't have a balance pipe between the two plenums.
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Beautiful engineering!! I especially like the throttle body Y pipe.

I notice you don't have a balance pipe between the two plenums.
I'm not familiar with that; care to elaborate? Purpose of it?
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Dual fuel systems would be awesome. but you could incorporate both fuels in with one tune where it only kicks in when needed... aka when you turn up the boost.


Not to nitpick...

but please tell me you are going to do something about the excess fuel line you have for the in line fuel filter. everything else has a nice clean look to it, then there's this huge length of fuel line that routes down and back to get to the rails.





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wish I would have checked back on here after I left work.

Here's the lines I was talking about. should be able to shorten the main line going under the TB, take out one (or 2) of the elbows in the system and run a shorter length to help clean everything up a little more.

Other than that, I won't comment on your build unless you really want me to. and if you want to know why, PM Steiger and ask him about his car and I at the fest...lol
I suggested the same thing last year.

Hear is what I came up with for redoing the fuel lines to look a little nicer. I did a really quick photoshop.

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I suggested the same thing last year.

Hear is what I came up with for redoing the fuel lines to look a little nicer. I did a really quick photoshop.

I sorta wanna keep the tee adapter for feeding the fuel lines, but am considering doing this at the rear of the fuel rails, then adding one more adapter right before the regulator. I was told that I could starve one side by doing what you are suggesting; have you heard this? I think it's more of a safety issue?
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It is a pipe/hose that connects separate plenums together.

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I'm not familiar with that; care to elaborate? Purpose of it?
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It is a pipe/hose that connects separate plenums together.
nothing like that on this manifold. There is a popoff valve on only the passenger side plenum though.....hmmmmm. I think I'll shoot the designer an email and find out! great question!
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It works the same way (I think) as the H or X pipe in the exhaust.

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nothing like that on this manifold. There is a popoff valve on only the passenger side plenum though.....hmmmmm. I think I'll shoot the designer an email and find out! great question!
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Dual fuel systems would be awesome. but you could incorporate both fuels in with one tune where it only kicks in when needed... aka when you turn up the boost.


Not to nitpick...

but please tell me you are going to do something about the excess fuel line you have for the in line fuel filter. everything else has a nice clean look to it, then there's this huge length of fuel line that routes down and back to get to the rails.




I'm still trying to figure out the purpose of a filter after one of the rails. Blows my mind.
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I'm still trying to figure out the purpose of a filter after one of the rails. Blows my mind.
The regulator was recommended by Aeromotive; hope it wasn't just them selling more than was necessary.....

towards the bottom:
http://aeromotiveinc.com/camaro-stealth/

I might just give them a call tomorrow for the hell of it!
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So I've been looking at it ALL DAY! I can't figure out how to route it a different way! Any ideas? I need to do it Friday at the latest....
You would have to shorten the crossover line that goes under the TB. Tho as asked above, why do you have an inline fuel filter between the rails?



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The regulator was recommended by Aeromotive; hope it wasn't just them selling more than was necessary.....

towards the bottom:
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I might just give them a call tomorrow for the hell of it!
you need the regulator, but he was asking about the inline fuel filter between the rails. in the picture that I circled the lengths of fuel lines, you can see what we are talking about.
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Just re-reread your post.

What is that popoff valve for?

Since you have FI, you might want to try running without the velocity stacks inside the plenums (or have the stacks ourside the plenums instead). The current config is more benefical for an all motor engine.

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nothing like that on this manifold. There is a popoff valve on only the passenger side plenum though.....hmmmmm. I think I'll shoot the designer an email and find out! great question!
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You would have to shorten the crossover line that goes under the TB. Tho as asked above, why do you have an inline fuel filter between the rails?




you need the regulator, but he was asking about the inline fuel filter between the rails. in the picture that I circled the lengths of fuel lines, you can see what we are talking about.
I (dont think) that's a filter. To my knowledge its just a tee adapter.
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Just re-reread your post.

What is that popoff valve for?

Since you have FI, you might want to try running without the velocity stacks inside the plenums (or have the stacks ourside the plenums instead). The current config is more benefical for an all motor engine.
Popoff valve is incase too much presssure builds up in the manifold, instead of the manifold blowing up, it releases the pressure through the valve.

It's got extremely short runners, which is for FI. They make an all motor intake too: (this one is run with 2 TBs, so it doesn't work with the factory computer)

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