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Old 05-11-2019, 01:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Stealth 92. 9b to 13t with stock fuel system?

I'm thinking about replacing my turbines 9b at 13t. What power increase can I get with my standard fuel system?Will this exchange allow me to get 370-380 HP without replacing the injectors?The car is stock. Only Cat back and magnecor 8.5.
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Default Re: Stealth 92. 9b to 13t with stock fuel system?

Yes you'll be able to get more power, I was running mid/low 12s with 13Ts at ~12psi and stock injectors on pump gas, that's about that much power give or take.

(You'll still need a bigger fuel pump.)
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It starts you down the rabbit hole, but a set of small injector upgrades and a SAFC would really give it more protentional.
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if you do not leave it stock you may just get mod infected
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Thanks for answer. Now i have turbos from subaru wrx. after changing to 13t, he wants to slowly introduce new modifications. walbro 255 fuel pump, 3.5 "exhaust, k & n intake, 450cc injectors and piggyback, I would like to get 4.0-4 2s for 0-62 MPH. Are such modifications enough? what piggyback is good for this car?
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Default Re: Stealth 92. 9b to 13t with stock fuel system?

it is probably best to do the engine mods all at one time to keep the engine happy, running bigger turbos without the supporting fuel mods is a recipe for disaster
a afr gauge is also needed when changing your setup
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Yes I know. unfortunately I will introduce modifications slowly due to modifications. can you recommend a piggyback for fuel control, etc.? Manual boost controler or apexi avcr?
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the arc 2 works well
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The walbro 255 is really loud. The Aeromotive 340 flows a bit more and is easier on the ears:

https://www.rvengeperformance.com/sh...el-pump-11541/
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^ Agreed, running a 340 in my Volvo and love it.
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