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Old 08-01-2019, 12:43 PM   #1
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Procharger

I've got a 2014 1LE roughly 36k miles on it. Currently is FBO, cam, p/p heads, spring kit and retainers, hardened push rods and e85. puts down 515 to the wheel and I'm entertaining the idea of installing a procharger D1SC. I know I need injectors for sure. Is there anything else y'all would recommend doing? The car will mostly be a daily driver, maybe hit the track or mexico a few times a year. I know FI is never really "reliable" but I'd like to maximize my chances and do it once and do it right. My goal would be 650-700 at the wheel. Thanks.

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Old 08-01-2019, 03:48 PM   #2
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Fuel

there are a few options, but i think the big 3 are DSX, Fore, and Squash.

Buy more than you need bc you''ll want more power sooner than you think.
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Old 08-02-2019, 12:08 PM   #3
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I've got a 2014 1LE roughly 36k miles on it. Currently is FBO, cam, p/p heads, spring kit and retainers, hardened push rods and e85. puts down 515 to the wheel and I'm entertaining the idea of installing a procharger D1SC. I know I need injectors for sure. Is there anything else y'all would recommend doing? The car will mostly be a daily driver, maybe hit the track or mexico a few times a year. I know FI is never really "reliable" but I'd like to maximize my chances and do it once and do it right. My goal would be 650-700 at the wheel. Thanks.
That is what my goal as well. I did a complete haul on a overkill so to speak.
I ended up getting a Fore Innovation triple pump staged, ID1050x injectors
procharger D1x blower with a 3.85 pulley, TSP stage 2 cam 227/235 cam, DSX flex fuel kit, Holley Sniper Efi Intake Manifold, Monster Twin Disk Clutch,Holley Fuel Rails and a NW 102mm TB
I went to a overkill to get 650rwhp but if I ever wanted to make more then I would need to upgrade the injectors and forge the block and upgrade the diff,axles,driveshaft etc
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Old 08-05-2019, 04:34 PM   #4
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With my stated goals I should be good on stock bottom end, correct?
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Old 08-05-2019, 07:46 PM   #5
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Stock bottom end is a lot stronger than most think
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