The point behind me asking is the potential of maxing out injectors on bolt ons. Upgrading injectors so there isn't as much "strain" on duty cycle (amidoinirite?). If that is done FP upgrade would be necessary. Correct?Id1000 or Fic1100 for injectors and 255walbro w/ evo x kit.
No AFPR is needed for simply/moderate power
hmmmm...interesting.i think the only time you max out the injectors and pump is when you actually switch to fp turbos or run E85..but with just stock bolt ons, the stock injectors and pump will suffice.
although if you're thinking about upgrading the pump...dw has a new direct replacement fuel pump so you don't need to buy the adapter.
It certainly does. At the same voltage and pressure where a walbro 255 flows close to 300lph.Y'all do realise the stock pump flows close to 250lph.
I'm not sure that it "necessitates" a fuel pump swap, but the stock pump is pretty well matched to what you can get out of the stock injectors. You could put in some 850s and get a little more out of the stock pump, but you won't be able to really make use of, say, ID1000s with a stock pump.I just assumed that changing the injectors necessitated a fuel pump swap.
I THINK I understood that....but it's 4AM.:+1:
I THINK I understood that....but it's 4AM.
So will you likely run out of IDC first, or FP capability? At what IDC should you conservatively start thinking about upgrading? I don't like running anything at it's max...
This is me trying to learn and understand...there is no immediate practical application.