But hey, in for the dyno charts. We found that our upgrades to the factory 370z fuel pump could take us to around 700whp on E85. The included fuel pump pickup is design to both support the bottom of the fuel pump without blocking the inlet, and will prevent harmful debris from entering the fuel pump. Surprised you didn't mention that with all the times you chimed into that thread. Phunk is your entry return system S0 or S1, can't remember the numbering off the top of my head enough for a e85 return set up or would you recommend something more? The billet top hat has an integrated fuel output manifold. Everything in the 370z fuel system is fine with E85. The plenum adapters place the point of injection higher than a stock injector, potentially masking the spray pattern of the injectors.
I have an E85 station 3 minutes from my driveway. Not if you're supercharged and you want dual maps for both E85 and pump gas it's not. If you absolutely must be unique? And it would provide a little extra safety margin. As for if your fuel system provides enough volume for it is another issue. Edit nevermind I was thinking the stock injectors were 440cc but I believe they are actually like 310cc so injectors would be pretty much for certain, sorry.
Next is how should i go about running the fuel lines? Back on topic, how much did the objectors and fuel pump run you? So we will just wait and see. But I got hooked on it and never looked back. I have 555's in my car and I initially thought they would barely work for that power level, but I'm now thinking they'll be more than enough. I would think the intank pump just feeds the inline pump and all the flow to the engine is provided by the inline pump itself. I dont even want to think what the cost in parts alone would be for everything to pick up only that much horsepower.
And I've seen really nice gains on all motor cars actually, so guess we will see. A new cas has nothing to do with fewer injector failures. Never claimed to be an expert. That's part of what a forum is for is it not? I thought E85 was corrosive. But you're right my point is that there is no problem with e85 compatibility. My system is bigger than what I need but I hope to supercharge it when im done seeing what the car does with this and seeing how it feels, But for now the car will be tuned on id1000's and a walbro 400 with long tubes,gen 3 intakes, amuse y pipe and exhaust.
For any boosted 370z on e85: 1000cc injectors! Im leaning toward the Walbro intank and the Bosch 044 inline now. I'm also finding that injectors don't need sized as large as they should on paper in real life. Im sorry but my underhood temps have went down drastically since ive been on E85 even after 5-6 full 3rd and 4th gear pulls on 18 lbs 400+ whp. I am personally running an Aeromotive 340lph fuel pump upgrade inside the stock fuel pump housing. It sounds like this would be plenty for my goals. Can we run E85 with stock fuel pump and injectors? Haven't got the car running yet, lets hope it doesn't leak when I start it. I wouldn't be looking at e85 for a ton more power but to give me safety on the 500-500whp I'd like to run.
Recommended for all naturally aspirated builds on either pump gas or E85! Running 2 pumps in parallel bumps the flow significantly but has no affect on pressure capability. What gains would you get. It is everywhere in Kentucky and 93 is going up every day. We send you an already upgraded core with the upgraded pump of your choice and you will not need to send us back your stock fuel pump assembly. That means 740cc injectors can definately outflow the stock fuel pump on e85.
. Not if you're supercharged and you want dual maps for both E85 and pump gas it's not. Basically you need to tune the car so that your wideband which is calibrated for gasoline reads about 12:1. I ended up turning the car up to 9. If you have an intank feeding an inline pump, it doesnt add the flow of both pumps, does it? It may not be 700hp worth of flow, but it'll be much higher than the 500hp figure you've given. He also commented on my earlier remark on e85's anti-knock characteristics.
If it was a good, quality product, specialtyz would carry it also. We do not recommend Stage 1 for boosted with E85 fuel. I wouldnt be even remotely surprised if more experienced UpRev tuners have done it without a problem. The math is broken down for you here from a reliable source. Sorry if it seems like I'm nit-picking. The 370z fuel system is E85 compatible. Not for use with Walbro 400 or 450 pumps which require external filters and heavy modification to the fuel pump housing.
Our own billet venturi jet pump is included with the necessary adapter to plug in the original in-tank siphon hose. This isn't for the 044 but an external inline walbro flows just a little less than a 044, and here it is combined with an intank walbro. But with the ethanol since it burns so much cooler was able to take more timing without breaking a sweat. Haven't got the car running yet, lets hope it doesn't leak when I start it. All right guys, let's simmer down. As for the people that insist in complaining about price and gains. I know this from experience, I've installed both rails.
Thank you phunk, e85 also runs a whole lot cleaner in your car, and yes the avg person would just need a walbro 255 and a injector that will handle the power whatever ur wanting to do. Tell that to this guy, running 14. Let's keep it to facts. The support foam will firmly hold the pump in place. My fuel pressure spiked to 71 psi on 93oct when the bigger fuel pump and injectors went in.