When you get it all installed, please let me know how the oil-less turbos perform. I'm interested in the KISS method and damn, a few pumps of special lube every 3K miles is pretty KISS.I went with Comp oil-less air-cooled 6264s. I have a Don Hardy Racing built LSA, still 376. Don built the motor specifically for twins, with the solid roller cam ground to match the heads for the twin application. I've been driving it for almost 2 years NA, while I waited for the Huron kit. In addition to the built motor, I've got the Fore triple pump system with hydramats, the flex fuel sensor and ID1700s, so when it's boost time, E85 will feel right at home.
Not sure when I'll get into the install, as life is pushing me to possibly move again in the next year or so, this time I'm finally going to buy the big tract of land I want and build on... So I'm not spending extra cash on anything right now, until I figure that out.
Once I do install, I'll likely have to build the tranny and get upgrades axles at least, haven't decided on the driveshaft and rear end. I've got the WXM rear diff cooler, and so far it's in good shape. It's still a blast to drive, even if it REALLY needs boost... I'm making stock power right now without it, but right before it was stolen I had just done heads and cam and was hovering around 700rwhp, so stock power feels slow. But at least I've got three pedals so the fun factor is still up there. Lol.
When you said Fore system I cringed for a moment, but then you said you were using hydromats. That should keep you from losing fuel pressure and give you the ability to run your tank down all the way so you aren't getting gas every 60-80 miles. You got fueling covered for sure!
For now, I'm on stock in-tank pumps and a 255LPH Aux. You probably read that I'm giving the Aux pump it's own line all the way up to a Y fitting where it will join the stock line into a 8AN for filtration, then back to a Y and two 6AN lines, one to each rail. I'm hoping this setup will work to maintain 65-72PSI FP across the whole RPM range. Time will tell if that works. Worst case, if my pressure drops I'll look into upgrading the aux pump.
I'm thinking about my transmission as well. I've got 71,500 miles on it and would like to upgrade the torque converter anyway. Looking to upgrade to a 3,000 stall and triple disc lock up clutch. There's a few other upgrades to do when the trans comes out, but I'm not there yet.