My procharger setup

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    Here’s my list of parts I’m going to have installed soon when I deploy.
    Mmr opg and CS
    Vms bap
    2018 intake ported
    Mac hurricane inlet
    1050 cc injectors
    Pro charger stage2 P1SC with 4.63 pulley

    Should I go ahead and go down in pulley size? These are just what i have right now, once deployment money starts coming in I might change some things ( complete fuel system, maybe D1??) still need to order ARP head studs, and a boost gauge. Any other recommendations?
     
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    You planning on E85?
     
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    Id start there. See how car likes it then pulley down if you need to.
     
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    If I do the new fuel system, yes since they have a e85 pump on my base
     
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    Then E85 and at least 4.25" pulley. 93 and 4.63" will be fun at first, but not enough.
     
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    That’s why I’m asking for input, I won’t be back able to drive it till at least 6 months after everything is installed
     
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    4.63" pulley with a P1SC is going to be like 6-7 psi ....maybe 550ish to wheels? Thats fine if thats is what you want.
     
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    Would 700 be reasonable with a P1SC?
     
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    4.63 with 93 and a good tune you’ll break 600. Especially with free flowing exhaust. 700 isn’t a problem with a P1sc. Just not on straight 93
     
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    I'd go 4.25 on pump 93, then 4.0 on e85.
     
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    3.85 pulley w/p1sc on e85 making 825
     
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    Nice! Post the rest of combo. Any track times?
     
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    JPC return style, Holley sniper intake, hurricane inlet, stage 2 intercooler with 8rib and costume piping for maf, Tial wastegate and bov, ID1000s, Kooks 1 3/4ths with cats, Corsa sport catback; and Lund tuned. Few other things that aren't go fast parts such as clutch, opg, etc.

    Haven't tracked it since finishing the Lund tune, however, prior to that I ran 10.3 at 140 on a JPC tune.
     
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    Pay the little extra and get the p1x.
     
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    I have a D1x and put down 1058 to the wheels.
     
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