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Turbo with No boost reference fpr, using stock in-tank regulator?

 
Old 03-17-2019, 07:05 PM
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Okay so I have a 99 Camaro ss that I put a Huron speed t6 kit on. I was planning on using the stock metal line feed to a set of aftermarket rails on a fabricated intake. And Iím using the new Holley terminator ecu. Question is how much hp or how much can I turn it up just using the regulator thats in the fuel tank? With a walbro 450 and racetronix hot wire. Or will this not work at all without running a return back to the tank from a boost referenced regulator? Just want to get it running and driving decent then eventually add a boost ref. Fpr. Thanks !
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Old 03-19-2019, 01:41 PM
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Im running the same swtup. it should be good for like 600ish wheel. Im on 12# right now on a 5.3 and its working great. Im doing a fuel system asap tho.
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Old 03-20-2019, 10:14 AM
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Im running the same swtup. it should be good for like 600ish wheel. Im on 12# right now on a 5.3 and its working great. Im doing a fuel system asap tho.
awesome thanks for the reply. Yea this is just to get it running and driving Iím getting inpatient lol, then I will do a fuel system and turn up the choo choo boy 😁
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