It's unfortunate that you still need a second controller for this upgrade. That's one of the attractive things behind upgrading the HPFP instead of going Aux fuel.
It's nice to see new ideas and upgrades regardless though so keep up the good work.
My car made 435 rwhp on a Mustang dyno (around 450 on a dynojet) on 93 octane. I'm basically at the limit for my setup on pump gas.
If the engine breathed better I wouldn't be running as much boost and could probably push it a bit further.
Good 93 can get you pretty far, E85 of course is...
As far as I am aware the only kit they have now is for the Focus. The fittings will likely be different on the Mustang kit. I used ASNU 14 hole 1050cc injectors on mine because they've done really well on GTRs and I felt the spray pattern would work well in this application. The stock fuel...
Every GT500 before the modern ones was available with an auto, and they typically outsold the manuals... If Ford has an auto capable of handling the power they would be foolish not to give people the option.
Definitely have/had the same concern. I will say that its likely more reliable overall than a meth kit. That being said, there isn't an alternative to a third party controller so you take a risk just like with every mod.
I'm not a professional forum poster. ;)
I imagine the price will be around the same as the Focus ST kit. I don't want to post too much about that because they aren't a forum sponsor yet. Best to look at their site.
I'm not really as active on the forum as I have been in the past, but I thought I'd pop on and show everyone what I've been up to with my car and let you know about another potential fuel system coming out for the EB.
I have been running a TB aux system since my car was finished in January...
Why so much? Your Coyote short block is the same price with twice the number of parts... I understand the deck plate has a cost... but for the price I would expect this block to be using the more expensive I beam rods.