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So...who's running a dry direct port?

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Old 08-14-2005, 02:04 AM   #1
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Default So...who's running a dry direct port?

Interested in some info, keep reading lil posts here n there referencing Dry DP, but no ones posted on it. I had thought of it a bit, tapping the manifold, and tuning it so at XXX g/sec timing is reduced and fueling is richened up, but I think there must be a better way to tune it, w/o using BS3 and a second set of injectors.

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i got a TNT f5 kit for sale if you decide you want to go the DP dry method.
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We've done a few, most have been Accel/FAST controlled (BS3 can not add extra fuel for a dry system). The other ones have been with an extra set of injectors and an injector driver system. As far as I know no one has successfully done a dry DP using the stock PCM. Of course I could be wrong LOL.

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I thought BS3 had support for a second set of injectors? Hmm....I might try and work this out with the stock PCM, and obviously not using a second set of injectors...sounds challenging.
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Nope. IMO it's the systems only "short coming".

Good luck with your project.

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Thanks Matt. I will definately post up the good, bad and Ugly...hopefully will be more good than anything.
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Another way to do it is a boost ref type fuel reg. Trick existing injectors into thinking they are mucho bigger when the spray is applied.
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