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Smile Suggestions for fueling set up? - 05-03-2017, 01:08 PM

Hey Folks,
Recently purchased n54 pure stage 2 turbo Hi- flow set up. I am at the point where I need to figure out the fueling upgrades and requirements . My build goal is 600HP ish on 93 pump gas or some e85 blend. Maybe 650hp on e85.

I already have EOS port injection/intake manifold with the JB4 controller.

I don't have a problem to run full E85 to reach my power goals. My main goal is to reach this power level safely.

My question is do I need a stage 3 or 4 lpfp? Also is upgrading the fuel lines required ? Thanks for your help

If I missed anything please let me know.
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Default 05-03-2017, 01:44 PM

Do you have the stage 2 LPFP now?
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Default 05-03-2017, 01:49 PM

I have no upgraded pump now. Fuel is system is completely stock. I just have the EOS mainifold ready to be installed. I inherited the car from my brother when he passed away.
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Default 05-03-2017, 01:51 PM

I'm sorry to hear that!!

I think with the manifold and stage 2 LPFP you will not have a problem reaching those power levels, but maybe someone from fuel-it can chime in.
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Default 05-03-2017, 01:57 PM

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I'm sorry to hear that!!

I think with the manifold and stage 2 LPFP you will not have a problem reaching those power levels, but maybe someone from fuel-it can chime in.
Thanks. I am finishing what he started
That was my original conclusion. But from my research I see people with stage 3 pumps who have similar set ups . Also Pure claims theses turbos can support 700 hp (with supporting mods of course) But I took that with a grain of salt (AKA 650hp number) and if I decided to go for a glory run all I have to do is have the correct back end flash and change a few settings and bam
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Default 05-03-2017, 02:18 PM

I would say you would need a stage 3 at a minimal for your power goals. Steve will have to chime in on the specifics, as you are potentially looking to go into the upper 600's might require a stage 4.


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Default 05-03-2017, 02:54 PM

I don't think your ever going to make 600whp on 93 pump without meth. Stage 2 might be able to hold that power level, but you might as well get a stage 3 with dual pumps with a hobbs switch or whatever you want to use to trigger the secondary pump when needed.
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I don't think your ever going to make 600whp on 93 pump without meth. Stage 2 might be able to hold that power level, but you might as well get a stage 3 with dual pumps with a hobbs switch or whatever you want to use to trigger the secondary pump when needed.
Why? I only ask because I kind of assumed we were limited by how much boost we were willing to throw at the motor as long as we had the fuel to do it.
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Why? I only ask because I kind of assumed we were limited by how much boost we were willing to throw at the motor as long as we had the fuel to do it.
Well you see, more boost and timing requires higher octane since it produces more heat. E85 is around 105 octane so the reason people do a mix is to raise their octane levels and make sure there is no knock at higher boost levels
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Default 05-03-2017, 04:24 PM

For those kinds of numbers on straight E85, we would recommend our Stage 4 kit. It will get you all the upgraded fuel lines and have no problem supporting 700whp on straight E85. Otherwise you're looking at a Stage 3 kit plus fuel lines and return kit anyways...so it'd be better and support more power to go with our Stage 4 kit. You can email us at info@fuel-it.com with any additional questions or post them here.

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For reference, here is a log of our 135i running Pure Stage 2 high flows on E85 with a full stage 4 kit and and our port injection kit.

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Default 05-03-2017, 04:39 PM

So should he dump the PI manifold and just use the stage 4?
Correction I see your running one as well as the stage 4
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Default 05-03-2017, 04:46 PM

I have some questions about fueling the 535, email coming.
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Default 05-03-2017, 07:22 PM

Check out precisionraceworks.com stange 3 lpfp. You'll easily be able to reach your goal, and at a great price
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