Question About Clearances And Fitment

NoLimitRacing

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Just going to drop this here for you…..


I currently make 824 Hp 767 TQ on ID1050x’s. 22 psi of boost, built motor, 2.8KB, pump E85, return system with (2) 465 pumps.

Nice numbers! Geese louise! Can you share a little about the built motor please?

New pistons? Rods? Cams? Heads worked on? Valves?
Just going to drop this here for you…..


I currently make 824 Hp 767 TQ on ID1050x’s. 22 psi of boost, built motor, 2.8KB, pump E85, return system with (2) 465 pumps.

Sorry my ignorance, i only read what you typed and did not see the link you attached first. That answered my questions towards you.

Good shit man!
 

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Just going to drop this here for you…..


I currently make 824 Hp 767 TQ on ID1050x’s. 22 psi of boost, built motor, 2.8KB, pump E85, return system with (2) 465 pumps.

I just saw an option for a 132mm or a 150 mm throttle body. Do you remeber which onebtou went with?
 

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Nice! Are you on pump gas or E85?

Could you share your mod list?

Return Style Fuel Sytem?

Dual Pump or Tripple Pumps?

Pump duty cycle % to hit 700?

My goal is to hit 800 + on a dyno.

My car will be stock long block engine (ford racing remanufactured longblock with a stamped build date of 2005), gen v 3.0 whipple, long tube headers 1-7/8", catless H pipe 3", catback exhaust 2.5", BA 2600 MAF, Twin Clutch, Fore Return Style Tripple Pump Fuel System, Strictly E85 , and I think that's it.


Like I said I originally wanted to go with ID1300x but was strayed towards the 1050x by my tuner as well as the vendors websites selling them now that I think of it I believe I also seen the disclaimer on Injector Dynamics downloadable excel file they have for compatibility reference.

What do you think?

I'm running twin 450 pumps, -8 feed and return, Fore rails, and regulator. When I ordered everything I was told I should be good for 850 on E85. And I'm usually on E85.

It's a return system. So FPDC doesn't matter anymore.

The rest is basic Cobra mods. Whipple 2.9 with a standard inlet and Accufab TB. Bassani headers and mid pipe with Stingers. The motor is 100% stock.
 

01yellercobra

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For the hood I trimmed where it was rubbing. A spacer will make it sit higher not lining up with the rest of the body.
Rails: fore rails. They are built to run with the crusher set up
Fuel: pump e70, it's the highest we have around here
Fuel system: not sure what "level" but it's all Fore parts. Twin 465s, return style, id1050x injectors
Standard whipple crusher t/b. For reference, mine is a gen 4 crusher
I think he meant the K member spacers that lower the engine.
 

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Fore system here, twin 450s, -8/-8, stock rails (dead headed setup), ford 80lb injectors. I’ll be close to 700w on E85. ~18lbs of boost on a kenne bell 2.8. Stock engine, exhaust, yada yada
 

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Nice! Are you on pump gas or E85?

Could you share your mod list?

Return Style Fuel Sytem?

Dual Pump or Tripple Pumps?

Pump duty cycle % to hit 700?

My goal is to hit 800 + on a dyno.

My car will be stock long block engine (ford racing remanufactured longblock with a stamped build date of 2005), gen v 3.0 whipple, long tube headers 1-7/8", catless H pipe 3", catback exhaust 2.5", BA 2600 MAF, Twin Clutch, Fore Return Style Tripple Pump Fuel System, Strictly E85 , and I think that's it.


Like I said I originally wanted to go with ID1300x but was strayed towards the 1050x by my tuner as well as the vendors websites selling them now that I think of it I believe I also seen the disclaimer on Injector Dynamics downloadable excel file they have for compatibility reference.

What do you think ?

I had a reman ford block. Got about 8yrs out of it hammering on it before a spun rod bearing. 4yrs on a ported eaton at 17psi and 4yrs on a vmp tvs at 22psi. Pretty good.
 

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The crusher inlet rubs on the hood but you can create some clearance. Here's how I did it some time back.

Here you can see area marked out to be clearanced and I had started cutting it.
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The hole cut open
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I then fiberglassed it in
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Since I was at it I smoothed out and filled all the other holes.
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After paint you can't even tell it was modified. It's like it was just made to fit a whipple
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Hope that gives you some ideas.

Malcolm
 

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I think most questions are answered, if you need help with the fore or the blower, let me know as we have huge sales going for black friday

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