Procharger H.O. e85 700 rwhp goal HELP

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    I had the Omega on mine, and ya it's damn nice to keep an eye on and log boost and fuel pressure!
     
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    I just started hearing about the procharger inlet problems... have you ever had any issues with the inlet collapsing?
     
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    The inlet hasn't been an issue for years.
    Older systems (used) kits have been hitting the market these days and its been popping up again.

    Check out the thread that I just posted that shows the inlet that we have been shipping for a few years now.
    Hard plastic, haven't had a single issue yet... even with cars make 4 digit power numbers. :)
     
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    Yes, sir.

    I have three cars I tune with P1X's now into the 900 wheel range.
    Ideally it would be nice to have a D1X for that power level, but they already had the blowers.
    So it was just a simple pulley change to make that big power number. :)
    (and a swap to E85)
     
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    Thats good to know...what do you mean by "older kits" exactly?
    As far as i know, my car was actually one of the beta cars for the 2015 kits. It was the yellow one you guys did the install/write up for on svtperformance.com.
    Would that be considered an older kit?
     
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    Send me a PM with your serial number, and lets chat.
    But ya, that would be a very early system... likey with the silicon inlet.
    (I did that install in my partners garage if its the car I am thinking of... with the raptor in the background)
     
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    If your in the market for this inlet and filter I have a brand new one I would be willing to sell.
     
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    For OP, I got dynoed today.

    Mods in sig, about 13 lbs boost and on 93/boostane to 102. Pull was done in 4th and had an issue with ABS but still put down 725/528. Corrected for 5th gear and if ABS didn't rob me it would probably have been closer to 760.
     
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    Thanks for the update...honestly super helpful!
    Those are some good numbers! Stock drive line??? Honestly probably a little more than i want to make if i'm being honest...(i'm more the cautious type haha) Maybe i should run the 3.5" pulley hmmm...


    Only difference on my end will be fuel. Az only has 91 so instead i'll be running e85 (more likely e54-e60, which should put me right about 101-102 oct.)

    You running catless?
    I feel like i dont have any option but to install cats...AZ does the OBDII test and no tuner will assure me that i can pass emissions without cats....
     
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    Yes stock drive line

    E85 is good, you'll enjoy it

    Yes no cats..you can always get a mak cat delete and swap your cats in for emissions testing.
     
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    PM sent... yeah i think it has the silicone inlet and cold side
     
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    Does anyone think I should be concerned about the silicon pieces when pulleying down?
     
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    No, I would only be concerned with it on high boost.
     
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    I'm guessing i'll be around 13lbs...no concern?
     
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    I’ve had the Procharger on for almost 3 years. Never have blown a charge pipe or lost a clamp.....and I race quite a bit!
     
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