Hp/Tq and ET?
I was told I might need better spray rails than the CTSV/ZL-1?
Where/how did you mount the heat exchanger? (my last hurdle)
Hp/Tq and ET?
I am at the limit of factory fuel rails with DW300 in tank pumps and an Aux pump kit - possibly at the limit of these pumps without a BAP.750 RWHP, 750 RWTQ on a mustang dyno, which probably doesn’t mean shit. I’m on the original frame with no cage or good axles, so I haven’t put a tire on it and tried to get an ET. Morrison or roadster shop chassis is coming up next...
Im guessing by spray rails, you mean fuel rail. I’m on the factory rail currently, with no problems so far.
I used the track attack heat exchanger from my V. I modified the hood latch support bracket to put it in front of the radiator. Probably will be redoing that soon for a little more clearance. Has worked perfectly fine for the last 4 years though. IAT’s have always stayed in check.
You can’t expect me to remember the longest build thread details ever. Yes, I mean, even longer than Bens build thread!I am at the limit of factory fuel rails with DW300 in tank pumps and an Aux pump kit - possibly at the limit of these pumps without a BAP.
~900 RWHP on 75% ethanol, and I juuuuust start losing rail pressure over 6k RPM.
So I'm thinking factory fuel rails are not going to be a problem for OP.
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Did you use Holley Fuel Mats on your build? If you are getting fuel sloshing, those bad boys would likely solve your problem.You can’t expect me to remember the longest build thread details ever. Yes, I mean, even longer than Bens build thread!
Your twin DW300 pumps?
And, how do we know if the problem is the pumps, rail or injectors..?
My chevelle has had an issue multiple times, where it seems like I just run out of fuel. I don’t think it’s my power level. Twin 450’s, e85, stock rail, FIC 850 injectors. I have a restomod fuel tank with the pumps in a hat. When I’m on the throttle really hard through a few gears, it makes a weird sound like it can’t handle the air, like it’s hiccuping... it rarely happens, but I rarely try running it through more than one or two gears. So the fuel could be sloshing to the back of the tank, and the pumps go dry (doubtful), or it’s one of the other fuel system issues...
What shift lever did you go with? I called Holley and they couldnt tell me, lol. Did you use the 1.25" forward motor mounts as well? The Hurst I have hits the dash one direction, if I flip it around it hits the bench seat if its not slid all the way back (i have no idea which part number it is, its an old shifter a friend gave me for mockup).