Originally Posted by memario1214
1) Shouldn't the FPR mod be able to adjust for this? That's partially what it's for no?
2) This shouldn't matter. The lines should maintain pressure even when the vehicle is off. Give it a few cycles and see what happens then.
Other than that was there a nice gain to the power?
1) the purpose of the fuel pressure regulator was for when I'm in WOT, I'm not havin a high injector duty cycle. With the regulator I calculated that their running around 83% with 9lbs of boost at WOT. Without the regulator they would be at 94%!!
Maybe Torspd could shine a bit of light on me, could I lower the pressure ever so slightly? Lets say around to 40 psi??
2)I did a bit I testing with the fuel lines, got a friend to crank over the engine while I looked at the gauge. It pressurized instantly but still took a little bit of cranking before the engine started. So once the engine was shut off the fuel line de-pressurized to 0 psi again. So I wonder what's up with that then??
The gains feels the same when I went to the 3" to the 2.8"
So I'm sure you could imagine the same gain from the 2.8" to 2.7"
Now lets say from the 3" to a 2.7" you'd be amazed lol I like the supercharger way better with the 2.7" pulley than with the 2.8"