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Old 01-29-2013, 10:16 AM
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step one taken for upgrade build what do you guys think

ok guys my current build is procharger with 7lbs of boost on stock internals with boost a pump and 40lb upgrade injectors from procharger been working with inertia and i have the current on order modern muscle drop in forged pistons inertia blower cam upgrade 392 fuel pump to go with procharger boost a pump , 10lb procharger pulley and if necessary ford injectors upgrade will be two to four weeks before stu gets the pistons and cam in what do you guys think

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6 speed or auto? You may need some trans work if auto.
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6 speed or auto? You may need some trans work if auto.
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Stock 6 speed can handle those power levels. Just don't try any 5000rpm clutch dumps at the track
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ok for the fuel system here is the current update ....throw away procharger boost a pump....get kenne bell boost a pump and 392 upgrade fuel pump
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keep the procharger BAP for now and save the money I have been using mine for years and no issues, Also stock pumps dont like the over current so I would upgrade to the Walbro I mentioned in the other thread. You should really be asking all of these questions
to your builder or you are going to keep getting a 100 different answers
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keep the procharger BAP for now and save the money I have been using mine for years and no issues, Also stock pumps dont like the over current so I would upgrade to the Walbro I mentioned in the other thread. You should really be asking all of these questions
to your builder or you are going to keep getting a 100 different answers
lol isnt that the truth i got the kenne bell recomendation from dave weber at modern muscle now you have double confused me i assume this is not dave ...i need to take a deep breath lol....... how much boost you running on thhe setup with procharger and what injectors

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What brand of BAP are you running? I am using a MSD BAP with 60lb injectors either the MSD or Kenne Bell BAP will work
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What brand of BAP are you running? I am using a MSD BAP with 60lb injectors either the MSD or Kenne Bell BAP will work
procharger boost a pump also shockingly stu told me he tuned to over 600whp a 392 fuel pump with 80lb injectors and no boost a pump he said it never ran lean up top i was shocked ....however i will keep the procharger boost a pump for added insurance
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Given the cost of fuel pumps I would also run overkill in that department given the consequences of something going wrong.
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