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Old 07-02-2016, 09:36 AM   #1
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L99 Magnuson E85

I have a 2012 camaro L99

yet the changes are: Magnuson supercharger 3.4 pulley (8 psi boost), Kooks exhaust, JRE supertensioner, cold air intakes, JET Powr-Flo Mass Air Sensor, Richmond Gear 3.73.


the next step will be to E85 flex fuel


I have some questions.


1) I can ride a pulley 3.0 ?
2) How max boost on stock L99 ?
3) what injectors install ?
4) what fuel pump install ?
5) LS3 Conversion necessary or not ?


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Old 07-02-2016, 11:21 AM   #2
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I have a 2012 camaro L99

yet the changes are: Magnuson supercharger 3.4 pulley (8 psi boost), Kooks exhaust, JRE supertensioner, cold air intakes, JET Powr-Flo Mass Air Sensor, Richmond Gear 3.73.


the next step will be to E85 flex fuel


I have some questions.


1) I can ride a pulley 3.0 ?
2) How max boost on stock L99 ?
3) what injectors install ?
4) what fuel pump install ?
5) LS3 Conversion necessary or not ?


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I don't know about the pulley, I'll let the SC experts comment on that.

Don't worry about your boost, worry about how much wheel horsepower your putting down. Your limiting factor will be your transmission its good to about 650 stock. Stock head bolts will suffice to 20psi, past that and you will risk lifting the heads. Stock bottom end is good to around 800 whp, so basically you'll never see 20psi with that pulley. You will want to keep it just below or at 650whp.

You can make 650 at 10psi or 8psi, depends on tune timing and fuel, among some other factors.

I would go with some ID850s or comparable

ZL1 fuel pump and ADM FPCM or Duel pumps from LPE or Livernois. That will allow you to get the 650 that your going to max your transmission out at. If you decide to build the transmission then you wil have some fuel left to up the boost.

LS3 conversion isn't NEEDED.

Don't waste your money on that Mass air flow sensor.
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If your wanting to go to E85, you will need to upgrade your fuel past what I stated in my above post. Sorry I missed that piece of information. I would recommend AGP's new setup, or something from Fore or Squash.
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