Do you guys that have a smaller single turbo with the stock maf like it? Does it feel like much more power than just bpu or ttc? How does it compare to a strong bpu supra?
I have 57 trim, MAF, stock fuel. It feels a lot better than BPU, except below about 3300 rpm. And I'm not running over 16 psi yet.house_of_senate said:Do you guys that have a smaller single turbo with the stock maf like it? Does it feel like much more power than just bpu or ttc? How does it compare to a strong bpu supra?
Ask the guys that have blown their motors running singles on stock fuel.sks said:
I think fuel is the best and correct way to go. But for me, I'm a broke college student so meth inj. was way more cost effective. I also live in cali where 91 oct is the highest and it's quite a drive just to get race fuel.sks said:
A friend of mine had his JDM 440's tested and came up with the same results - all 480cc+d0cktor said:Im all JDM with JDM injectors... i tested the jdm injectors.. and they dont seem to be 440cc... but from what the flow test showed the guy at the shop told me thier around 480-490cc.. so im probably going to stick with the jdm. I just cant find any resister packs to use along with my usdm injectors .
Of course!!.... but, you can safely run low boost on a Single (15-18 psi) on stock fuel with a fpr/vpc/afc combo...not exceeding 500 rwhp... and meth woiuld be a good idea alsosks said:
With the amount of Hp your running you won't need another fuel pump....although, you could run dual Supra Pumps instead of the walbro. All you really need is FPR and VPC/AFC combo or MAP-ECUhouse_of_senate said:well i will be on stock fuel for a couple months months anyway....my turbo kit should be here this week though. 60-1. what else would you think i should get if i go the vpc route?
also, for the cheapest way to upgrade fuel...would throwing in a walbro 255 or something help at all? or am i just going to have to go all out with inj and everything.