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Old 10-26-2012, 06:28 AM
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Originally Posted by ap72 View Post
um I hate to be the one to teach you math, but a 3% net increase is a 3% net increase- no matter what. you can slap 2, 8, or 493 in front of it the 3% net increase remains the same.

Secondl its super easy to modify a TBI regulator- probably the easiest factory regulator to modify actually, and yes it can handle the pressure.

Lastly, your injector flow rate is ALWAYS measured at 100% duty cycle. And unless you're cruising on the highway at peak power (maybe in a cop chase?) you won't be even close when cruising.

Oh, and the 2" blades are NOT the restriction on a TBI unit the stock 50mm blades can flow more than enough for 500hp- the restriction is the injectors and all the irregularities ahead of the throttle plates that disrupts airflow.


Its pretty obvious that you have NFC when it comes to fuel injection.
hat to teach YOU math. but 3% increase of 8#24 injectors isn't the same as 3% increase of 2) 80..
no matter how you cut it.. you get 3% more flow PER injector..
****PER INJECTOR***** is 8 more than or less than 2..

if you where going to run synquental.. you'd have a point.. but with batch.. not so much
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