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Old 06-27-2005, 02:47 PM
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Yep thats it.... You want me to call you?
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[QUOTE=tssteph]Yep thats it.... You want me to call you?
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Old 06-28-2005, 06:23 AM
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Smitty, I will call you first thing this morning.
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I'm running 42psi at idle & 60psi at full throttle @ 5 pounds of boost. Just upgraded my pumps from essex to aeromotive . At 5400rpm the motors make 660 hp and 700foot pounds of torque.
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What are your feelings about 43# Injectors for 640HP. Also they are the disc style injector. I'm working with Bob on a new cam, but may want to change injectors to 50# and reflash the ECM on the dyno with the new cam and injectors. Any recommendations?
I was making over 700 hp last time around in the boat w/stock 43 lb injectors at 70 psi fuel presure but if you have chanch put bigger injectors in and have fuel curve done on a dyno. They also make a 63 lb high impedance injector but i had to go thru great measures to use them. Crockett might have a good flash for your computer for what your doing without putting your motor on the dyno.Smitty
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Brian,it went out UPS today,hope it fixes your problem,glad i could help you,Smitty
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Smitty,
Got the pump, thanks a lot. I have not installed yet. How much was shipping? Let me know and I will throw some fun tickets your way.

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S/H was just under 10$,there is a area surcharge to you i guess.Smitty
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This thread got off its original course but that is what it is all about. I just wanted to follow up with my fix. I got the suggestion to junk the ATI red regulator too late. I had ordered a new needle and seat as the original one USED had a wear mark. At first, although improved, the regulator fluctuated enough @ idle to not fix the original low speed portion of the problem. The new high speed adjustmeant yielded a much improved 50# regulation. Just came back from 9 days of running on Shasta Lake, and the old red rat has settled down considerably, both high and low speed are now +/- 2PSI.
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