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    14 psi T3 bottom hull, GTR top deck



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    Wow! That thing is insane. I like it.

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    Man! 86 mph with only 14 psi. That's something to be proud of. Very nice work!

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    Jerry it's a lot of work in the hull, I just tried to put E85 I got 1200 injectors but my fuel pump is the stock only support up to 10 psi , I didn't notice with 10 PSI I only lost a 200 RPM with E85 I think it would be hitting 90 with E85 once I put AEM 340 pump .. I want to stay in the 9000 RPM I will have to pich my prup at least three mm up and 83 mm nozzel

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    Quote Originally Posted by rxpredviper View Post
    Jerry it's a lot of work in the hull, I just tried to put E85 I got 1200 injectors but my fuel pump is the stock only support up to 10 psi , I didn't notice with 10 PSI I only lost a 200 RPM with E85 I think it would be hitting 90 with E85 once I put AEM 340 pump .. I want to stay in the 9000 RPM I will have to pich my prup at least three mm up and 83 mm nozzel

    what reflash are you running and what is your timing at?

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    Timing not sure but is a reflash for e85 CRT 10000 rpm ..and 1000 injector but i went with 1200 at 43 bar..

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    Wow that's some serious pressure your running 43bar
    all jokes aside its performing very well.

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