I would recomend a Sound Performance 57 if you don't want to spend the extra money on a fuel system. I think that high 10s/low 11s have been done with the SP 57 on slicks. If you want to spend your money on a fuel system I would go with the greddy T-78.
I am looking to make 500rwhp on stock fuel and 93 octane fuel. Can I do that with a T-61 or would I need a T-64 or even T-66? Also how much boost can I safely run on stock fuel and 93 octane? Is 18psi the limit on boost without detonation on 93 octane no matter what? Thanks!1
I want a Garrett turbo either a T-61, T-64 or T-66. I want 500rwhp on stock fuel and 93 octane. I'm wondering what boost it takes each of those to hit 500rwhp. Also is 18psi the most boost that can be run w/o detonation or is that just on the stock twins? Thanks.
I'm selling my whole turbo set up for $2000.00 Or you can call MZM International (512-837-6200) they can put together the exact same set up. See my sig-link for performane numbers with my kit. It's not fancy but it works very well.
My 94TT is BPU+ and I just got a Haltech Elite 2500 to go standalone. Sticking with stock fuel (upgraded injectors though) for now, and would like to drop in a fuel-pressure sensor somewhere. Is there any easy spot to do that ? Maybe the banjo/union bolt on the existing fuel-pressure...
After I have installed all the new seals, BCsprings, retainers, locks and buckets,
with T-belt off, put crank at -10 btdc so all pistons are slightly down, install new BC 272 cams, install cam gears, torque cams as per manual. Then turn CAMS clockwise to tdc notches, and than turn CRANK to tdc...