Hypereutectic pistons can handle boost fine. They don't like detonation though.
I'm using FelPro too, but mine are an "o-ring" type that have a better sealing ring around the cylinder area. Can't remember the model.
You shouldn't really need fancy boost gaskets when running low boost levels.
Meth will fix your hot intake temps, but it can't remove dirt.
Yeah the 9333pt1's have a stainless wire o ring around the cylinder ports. Guys use them for high boost applications also with alloy heads.
I think a bit of dust will the worst it would suck up, but I will have a look at a filter options once I bolt everything together.
I agree. . What made a huge difference was cast 90deg bends as they were tighter radius. They seemed to fit better than donut in my case. Then alot of pre fitting and i knew it would work.. then with hybrids god like cuts..was good...temps dropped dramatically out front
'You can never test fire too many times.' - Hybrid
'You can never have too many gauges' -
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Did a few things today as I had some time. Mounted the meth tank, meth pump and ran most of the wiring for it. The meth lines route under the guard and come out just under the bonnet mounts. Mounted the radiator overflow tank. Modified all the under guard wiring and ran a new power distribution block with lines for the fans and haltech. All the wires for the starter motor, fans, ac, meth, lights etc all runs under the guards now and come to the front. The only wires you should see now are the haltech ones which go to the motor, however I keep them as neat as possible.
Nah they use various controllers. My kit has a gauge which is the controller. It connects to the pump, and you can set it for how you want it to come on. For eg, you can set it to start injecting at 2 psi and be fully on at 5 psi, and the controller will graph a linear line between the two point and increase the pump flow accordingly. Or you can just set it to be fully on at a certain psi, etc.
Only thing you have to think about is filling it up.
Thanks boof. Got stuck into wiring today, forgot how time consuming it is doing it properly. Only thing left in the engine bay are those wires at the back which are the ls coil wiring and the crank trigger. Inside will be easy, just connecting wires to plugs that I already had from the previous setup. Still waiting on my crank trigger gear, meant to rock up tomorrow so we will see.
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Forgot to mention, the injectors I installed are 60lb Siemens Deka pieces. I'm going to run the stock regulator for the time being as guys have had good results with them on high powered forced induction setups.
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