View Full Version : what fuel cell, pump/s, injectors for turbo LS on E85


stevo8
07-01-2012, 11:40 AM
Looking at doing a large turbo 5.3 on E85 in a first gen camaro, and would like to see 700+. The car will be a street car seeing a lot of action in mexico and the track. It will be tubbed and Im not planning on spending $1200 on a stock replacement tank, so Im wondering what fuel cell I should look into as well as how much pump will I need, as well as injectors. I would like room to grow so 1000hp setup would be ideal.

baggins
07-02-2012, 12:32 AM
Doin the same to a 65 stang with a 6.0l and an 80mm

sprayedenali
07-04-2012, 12:57 PM
160lb injectors and a pump to support them

Koondog
07-04-2012, 07:19 PM
I have pretty much the same question but with a TVS2300 on a forged 6L. 18PSI.

Already have 110lb injectors but that might not be enough.

typhoon1015
07-04-2012, 08:54 PM
FIC or ID 160-220's
weldon pump ( with controller) or magnafuel or aeromotive eliminator (with controller) or Fuel Lab pump.

supporting lines etc, -10 feed's and -8 return

LS1NOVA
07-05-2012, 07:53 AM
Heres my setup for right around 700rw on E85.

Jegs 15 gallon fuel cell
(2) external gravity fed walbros, each with a 40 micron Jegs prefilter and a -8 feed off the cell sump then y'd into a -8
Magnafuel filter
stock ls1 rails
Aeromotive 13101 before the rail
-6 return
58 base
95lb Delphi at approx 90% duty

It did 824 flywheel on 16psi, now at 19psi in the car, so Im estimating easy 700rw.

If your looking for 1000rw eventually on E85, Id suggest FIC1600's and a Magnafuel 4303 with -10 feed/return, a -12 feed to the pump, and two -8 vents.

AlterEgo
07-10-2012, 02:06 PM
Heres my setup for right around 700rw on E85.

Jegs 15 gallon fuel cell
(2) external gravity fed walbros, each with a 40 micron Jegs prefilter and a -8 feed off the cell sump then y'd into a -8
Magnafuel filter
stock ls1 rails
Aeromotive 13101 before the rail
-6 return
58 base
95lb Delphi at approx 90% duty

It did 824 flywheel on 16psi, now at 19psi in the car, so Im estimating easy 700rw.

If your looking for 1000rw eventually on E85, Id suggest FIC1600's and a Magnafuel 4303 with -10 feed/return, a -12 feed to the pump, and two -8 vents.

You dont think the aeromotive A1000 pump will work?? Thats what I have would like high numbers with E85.

baggins
08-31-2012, 12:29 AM
Anyone used the new Holley dominator pump?