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#1 MHARPER1

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Posted 06 June 2018 - 09:22 PM

I am thinking about installing an MMI Twin Turbo Kit on my truck. It already has a 4L80E transmission. The kit is on amazon. Anyway, what I am wanting is help on what else I will need to buy with the kit. I know I will need bigger injectors, I just dont know how many lbs/hr. I also plan on installing a high flow oil pump with this kit as well. I will be getting it tuned on a dyno after the install. I also plan on replacing the head gaskets, intake gaskets, and lifters at the same time. Thinking about a cam, but not sure where to go with that either. Looking for any advice that I can get. I am wanting to put around 600 horsepower to the ground. Not trying to get too crazy with the boost.
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Posted 07 June 2018 - 10:05 AM

a 450 pump and deka 80's will probably be maxed right about your goal on pump 92 . BUT if you think you will want more build the fuel system for more now! 2 450's and 210 injectors will support your goal on e85 and have room for more. I myself am looking at a little john motorsports(LJMS) stage 2 turbo cam. I am only giving advice on the research ive done.  I am by no means any kind of "expert".  hope this helps


Edited by wantaSSS, 07 June 2018 - 10:08 AM.

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 KB RACING TURBO KIT, HOLLEY HI RAM, LS3 T.B., 80LB DEKAS, HOLLEY FPR., 8AN FEED 6 RETURN. 450 PUMP. FLT LEVEL 6 , 2800 PI TRIPLE DISK, TRICKFLOW VAPOR KIT, MIGHTY MOUSE CATCH CAN, HYDROBOOST .  :pimp:


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Posted 07 June 2018 - 10:22 AM

a 450 pump and deka 80's will probably be maxed right about your goal on pump 92 . BUT if you think you will want more build the fuel system for more now! 2 450's and 210 injectors will support your goal on e85 and have room for more. I myself am looking at a little john motorsports(LJMS) stage 2 turbo cam. I am only giving advice on the research ive done.  I am by no means any kind of "expert".  hope this helps

 

The problem is that E85 is not readily available where I live (Small Town West Tennessee), so 92 pump gas is the best I can do without buying cases of octane booster and putting some in every tank. So I think that the 450 pump and 80's may be the best route. I'm really not trying to go crazy with it. I still want it to be reliable and not blow the engine.


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Posted 08 June 2018 - 05:38 PM

I run only 92 myself not ready for e85 yet. I am running 8 to 9 lbs of boost and am using a 450 and 80's and still have room left . So it seems if thats what youre looking to do then a 450 and 80's will work fine. I ran a -8 feed and used the stock feed as my return line.  


Edited by wantaSSS, 08 June 2018 - 05:39 PM.

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 KB RACING TURBO KIT, HOLLEY HI RAM, LS3 T.B., 80LB DEKAS, HOLLEY FPR., 8AN FEED 6 RETURN. 450 PUMP. FLT LEVEL 6 , 2800 PI TRIPLE DISK, TRICKFLOW VAPOR KIT, MIGHTY MOUSE CATCH CAN, HYDROBOOST .  :pimp:






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