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Old 10-18-2012, 07:27 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Now that I have fixed some issues in my personal life, Ill be slowly making my way back to the forums and back to tuning.

Sorry to everyone that has been PMing me or emailing me, Im trying to answer as many as a I.

My car has remained about the same. Went to the track a couple weeks ago and ran 12.49 at 117 with still a crappy 2.0 60 foot. Can only run about 20ish spikes and falling to 16-17 cause Im running out of fuel on E85. Still on a stock manifold and O2 housing too lol.

But again, Ill be slowly coming back and sorry again to the community.

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Old 10-18-2012, 02:15 PM   #2 (permalink)
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WB. Getting a return line?
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Wb is misterflow still around?
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Old 10-18-2012, 03:45 PM   #4 (permalink)
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WB. Getting a return line?

I have a return line (its not in yet) I just dont want to put my walbro to 75psi and go through pumps all day.

Im probably just gonna grab a set of FIC's from Nigel in the spring or AGP's 1200's they have.

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Brian had some personal issues with family. I havent spoken to him in a while since I found out. Been meaning to call him.
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I have a return line (its not in yet) I just dont want to put my walbro to 75psi and go through pumps all day.

Im probably just gonna grab a set of FIC's from Nigel in the spring or AGP's 1200's they have.



Brian had some personal issues with family. I havent spoken to him in a while since I found out. Been meaning to call him.

Hmm, or run it static at like 65-70. I think it's luck of the draw. I'm sure there's plenty of walbros that can handle small spikes to the 80psi area. Are you on the 890's right now?
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Your intelligence has been greatly missed. Thanks for coming back!
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Good to see your back Dan!
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Hmm, or run it static at like 65-70. I think it's luck of the draw. I'm sure there's plenty of walbros that can handle small spikes to the 80psi area. Are you on the 890's right now?

Yeah I am. Still on the stock bottle neck too which I know i need to change.

I know the E85 slowly kills the 255 already since they are not E85 rated. The relief valve on the 255 opens at 75PSI so thats the max i would ever hit. But I dont want to strain the pump more then it already is.
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Welcome back. Not many of the oldtimers / regulars around anymore.
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Old 10-27-2012, 05:21 PM   #10 (permalink)
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Yeah there definitely a lot of new members.
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Old 10-27-2012, 05:57 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Nice trap speed there. Any weight reduction?
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Besides no spare or jack in the car, Still all the carpet, seats, etc, Nope no real weight reduction.

I was only spiking about 20-22 PSI and holding 16-17 because im still on a stock manifold/o2 housing and I kept leaning out as it was getting cold.
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that's pretty good. Stock turbo cars have come a long way since the early SAFC (dare I say MAPCLAMP!!! DASMOPAR) days

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Oh its not stock turbo. Its a E1. Well its still technically a stock frame turbo lol
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ah you upgraded ok I missed that. Still really good trap though for a full interior car + stock manifold
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