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Old 03-22-2014, 09:30 PM   #1
raggedoutsti
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Any fuel system experts on here? I have no idea how i should run my setup?

Destroked 2.5 (2.34)
sleeved
Gsc S2 Cams
HTA 3586 T3 1.06 A/r

I know ID2000 would work, but i still run access port, and i heard you cant get Id2000's to idle right without standalone EMS.

My engine builder said 1300's respond well too increases in base pressure. If thats so how much power can a get out of ID1300's on e-85? Will the E85 walbro bump and a boost a pump be enough?

Do i need some type inline pumps? maybe 2 walbros?

Or do i suck it up and get the ID2000?

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Old 03-22-2014, 09:55 PM   #2
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E85 walbro should be fine. i think its like 400 lph or 425...plenty for up to 600ish on e85
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Old 03-22-2014, 10:49 PM   #3
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E85 walbro should be fine. i think its like 400 lph or 425...plenty for up to 600ish on e85
With 1300's or 2000's ?
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Old 03-23-2014, 08:08 AM   #4
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With 1300's or 2000's ?
1300's will definitely be too small at stock base pressure. We ran out of fuel with my GTX35 on 1600's on E85, which is pretty comparable to the HTA86 power range. I'm not sure what the flow chart for the big walbro looks like, but as you increase the fuel pressure to get what you need out of the injectors, your pump starts to flow less becoming the new restriction. I run DW2150's and they idle fine once SD settles in (I think they're the same injector body as the ID's?). I've been through multiple sets of injectors and wish I would have just bought the big boys from the get go.
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Old 03-23-2014, 03:28 PM   #5
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With your engine/turbo setup you would probably max out the 1300's even with a BAP and walbro pump. But you could achieve 600 with them. The stainless internals are nice since you are running E85.

But if I were you I would get the 2000's for the headroom.
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