Ken, why not just go with a bigger injector? Whats the benefit to running 8 smaller ones?KenHenderson said:James,
With two OEM pumps, I ran out of injector at 1,031 whp. Rsky, who recently made 1006 whp ran out a bit earlier with one OEM pump and another brand I can't recall and Jim Swantko made 1,028 whp with six 1000 cc injectors (can't recall his fuel pump set-up). Both Rsky and I now run eight 1000 cc injectors which provide a bit more headroom if needed.
the two additional injectors only come on under boost therefore making lower duty cycle tuning more effictive... saving small amounts of gas...and overall a better idling better performing vehicleBOOST ALMIGHTY said:Ken, why not just go with a bigger injector? Whats the benefit to running 8 smaller ones?
Actually, my eight 1000 cc injectors are driven full-time by my F-CON V-Pro. They are Densos which I believe to be the best 1000 cc injectors available, especially as it relates to idle quality. Keep in mind, my car is a totally street car and has never been drag raced. Idle quality, part-throttle, steady-state cruise and overall fuel economy are still important in the scheme of things and I have never seen a 1600 cc equipped car acquit itself well on the street. The 1600 cc street cars I have seen at SILV have all had idles at 2000 rpm or higher.BOOST ALMIGHTY said:Ken, why not just go with a bigger injector? Whats the benefit to running 8 smaller ones?
Woon likes the set-up.mkivbren said:I'll update this thread in a few weeks with results because I will have twin densos supplying 6 x 1200cc's with -6 lines and a -10 rail. I wouldn't trust my weedwacker on a walbro pump.
Vegas is a tad over 250-miles from where I live and I have no problems getting there on about 3/4 tank of gas, even less if I focus exclusively on maximizing my fuel mileage.medici78 said:Ken, I read in your other posts that you always run race gas. How do you make it to Vegas?