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ID 1050x max power level in a Fore return system? GT500

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  1. lexustech48

    lexustech48 RIP FoMoCo 1903-2014 Premium Member Established Member

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    Whats the max RWHP that a set of ID1050x's can handle in a Fore return system on E54-E85?

    Fore 2 pump deadhead return system, an-10 feed to regulator, an-8 lines to deadhead Fore rails.

    Pumps: Primary TI Automotive F90000267 (Walbro 465), Secondary (staged) TI Automotive F90000285 Fuel Pump (Hellcat pump).

    Stock GT500 longblock with Whipple 4.0L at 16-18 psi. monoblade, long-tube headers.

    Decided the return system was the best, even though it costs a lot more. Will buy in pieces over the next few months to make the cost easier. Just want to know if the 1050X can handle my planned setup. The price jump to the 1300x and 1700x is ridiculous lol. Ill cross that bridge if I ever pull the motor and add cams.
     
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    lexustech48 RIP FoMoCo 1903-2014 Premium Member Established Member

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    Quick update: Contacted ID directly. For GT500's the ID 1050x will support roughly 800 whp on E85.

    ID 1300X will support about 1000whp
    ID 1700X will support just over 1200 whp

    hope this helps make some decisions about injectors. I know the jump from the 1050X to the 1300X is... breathtaking to put it mildly, lol. but For the Extra $200 the 1700x looks like the best way to safely leave some room on E85.

    Also, the TI90000285 is a good primary option over the TI90000267. Then run another in a staged setup. Unless you like to party, them leave em powered all the time. :D
     
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    Yupp! We run the ID injectors in everything at the shop and they are awesome. I think every car in the shop but one has them in it right now actually haha. Those new 285 pumps are proving to be awesome too and I agree that the staged setup with a hobbs switch is the way to go there.
     
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