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Old 01-30-2012, 12:34 AM   #1
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Need a better fuel system for twin turbos. Any suggestions on what to get? Didn't really wanna spend thousands like some I found.
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do it right or dont do it........ I have been told the RSI is a great kit but pretty Expensive and thier customer service sucks... but their kit is good quality (but you will have to wait for ever to get it hahaha)

I have the eliminator system with no problems. it is supposed to handle 1300HP on pump gas!

depends on where are you located, you might be able to find a shop that can do a custom setup. btw what year and what are your goals??? and where are you located?
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02 z06 in southern illinois. Going for 750 whp. Has some engine work done and putting 496 at the wheels now without turbos.
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if you think you will stick with that 750whp, then there is a lot of options.... but the question is WILL YOU??? LOL
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For now..... Yes lol nothing around here now that can touch me on the street. Looked up the rsi kit. Not a bad price. Thanks!
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you dont need the RSI for that much power. I dont really know much about the C5s, but look into the aermotive systems. also ECS has a kit I think. again if you will stick with that much power then you will find a lot of options with out the need to pay a lot of $$$$$ on the RSI kit
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Old 01-30-2012, 01:24 AM   #7
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Well I seen an rsi on sale for $399 and was good for 1000 hp. Was not the top of the line one but would work fine. I will look up the others too!
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399 kit is just the hanger alone. You will need to get the pumps, lines, fittings, venturi block. I bought the full kit last year. I didnt get directions with the kit, just a few boxes of parts. Its pretty easy to figure out whats what, and they did answer any questions I had over the phone. Its a nice kit to be honest, and it should be for the money it cost.
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Ah good to know! Been looking every where to try and find the best kit for my money. Had a couple ppl tell me if I stay under 800 whp then a dual pump kit w factory lines will work great too. And those I can find very reasonable.
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