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Fuel system - Vortech 3.3L

Discussion in 'Engine/Tuning' started by orange04, May 27, 2010.

  1. orange04

    orange04 Member Established Member

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    I need some help guys, I currently have a 2004 Terminator with a 2.2l KB on it. I want to make more power so next step is to install a larger blower. Im looking at buying the Vortech 3.3L. I like the looks of it and it should make as much power as I want. Im looking running 22-25lbs of boost. Right now I have a BAP with the wiring upgrade and stock cobra pumps. What is the best fuel system to go with. I dont want to go to with a return style setup. So far I have come up with stage 2 FPDM, Fore Hat for dual GT pumps, -8 line to dual -6 to feed aftermarket fuel rails and run my 40 amp bap for voltage regulation and a just in case factor. Is this a good solid setup? I also looked into removing the BAP and running the GT pumps and lines and performing the dual FPDM wiring upgrade but then would have to buy a dual BAP if needed. Do you guys think one set up is better than the other? I figured I'd run the single stage 2 FPDM since I already have a BAP. Any opinions welcome. Thanks in advance.
     
  2. GodStang

    GodStang Well-Known Member Established Member

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    Go return go return go return. I have built 2 systems spent thousands and now I have to go return to clean it up. Also Vortech last I heard has yet to release a blower for us. Also the whipple 3.4L is a much much much better blower.

    What injectors you going to run? I would run -8an all the way to Fore Rails. Also if you want real power look at E85.
     
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    foreprecision New Member Established Member

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    orange04-
    Give us a call tomorrow. 919-550-0700
    We will be happy to answer your fuel questions.
    Michelle
     
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    Tractionless1 Ur Gator Bait!! Established Member

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  5. orange04

    orange04 Member Established Member

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    Well I guess I'm going to do a return setup. Ive been doing some research about it and the conversion seems relatively easy. Just need to find a wiring diagram of how you guys wire these things up with relays and trigger wires for the pump to come on. Anyone have any instructions???
     
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    PM "it'll go" on mod fords he is a local buddy of mine. I have seen his system, very nice.
     

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