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Default PI or HPFP overdrive on pump gas only? - 12-12-2021, 01:00 PM

Trying to decide fueling set up if my goals are between 500-600whp with upgraded twins.

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May eventually run some e blends but would mostly use 91
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Default 12-15-2021, 07:53 PM

I don't believe you can get 600hp on 91, I think 550hp would be a stretch as well.
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Default 12-26-2021, 09:20 AM

500 HP on 91 octane / upgraded twins isn't something I would really suggest.

For your power goals, you don't need either honestly. Depending on the hybrid turbos & E30/40 with a healthy HPFP / Upgraded LPFP can easily make 500-600.


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Default 12-26-2021, 11:15 AM

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500 HP on 91 octane / upgraded twins isn't something I would really suggest.

For your power goals, you don't need either honestly. Depending on the hybrid turbos & E30/40 with a healthy HPFP / Upgraded LPFP can easily make 500-600.
Thanks Dave! Do you have an unbiased opinion on the best hybrids for N54 for longevity and reliability at those goals?
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Thanks Dave! Do you have an unbiased opinion on the best hybrids for N54 for longevity and reliability at those goals?
Pure stage 2
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Thanks Dave! Do you have an unbiased opinion on the best hybrids for N54 for longevity and reliability at those goals?
I like the Pure Stage 2 Hi Flo

And any of the RB Stage 2 or larger options would fit the bill.

*I will add it's been like 1-2 years since I've looked into hybrids, there seems to be a ton more brands than prior, I would email Pure & RB and talk to them about goals / options- it's a pretty expensive upgrade, support is always important


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Default 12-30-2021, 07:24 AM

I don't believe you can get 600hp on 91, I think 550hp would be a stretch as well.VidMate Mobdro
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