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Was that expensive?
About $1800-1900. Which is pretty good imo seeing as its $1000 less than the type r fuel upgrade. Also only compatible with ktuner.

 

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About $1800-1900. Which is pretty good imo seeing as its $1000 less than the type r fuel upgrade. Also only compatible with ktuner.
We'll have to see if it's worth it with a dyno plot
 

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We'll have to see if it's worth it with a dyno plot
We'll have to see if it's worth it with a dyno plot
Kshawn has already shown its worth imo. 32psi and only 30% duty cycle? The fuel IS there, theres no doubt about that. Thats a huge change from the stock fuel system tapping out around 25-26psi on pump gas and 27-28psi on e30

Theres already one person I've seen max the 2860r out on this fuel system using ktuner and tuned by drob at that time. And that turbo is good for up to 450hp.

But yeah, I've been eagerly waiting Kshawn's progress when he gets it dynod lol
 

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Kshawn has already shown its worth imo. 32psi and only 30% duty cycle? The fuel IS there, theres no doubt about that. Thats a huge change from the stock fuel system tapping out around 25-26psi on pump gas and 27-28psi on e30

Theres already one person I've seen max the 2860r out on this fuel system using ktuner and tuned by drob at that time. And that turbo is good for up to 450hp.

But yeah, I've been eagerly waiting Kshawn's progress when he gets it dynod lol
LOL was that My boy Franco who maxed out the 2860? i know hes trying to make the most with motec and the 2867 now
 


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ill be tuning next week most likely depending on Drobs schedule i will be doing a remote tune so ill post my final numbers and plot for everyone
Has anybody used the port injection kit with any success?
 

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LOL was that My boy Franco who maxed out the 2860? i know hes trying to make the most with motec and the 2867 now
Yup, that's who I was referring to. My eyes lit up when I seen he said it was on stock ecu.

I still watch the vid every now and then lol.

For those thar haven't seen
 

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Yup, that's who I was referring to. My eyes lit up when I seen he said it was on stock ecu.

I still watch the vid every now and then lol.

For those thar haven't seen
love that foo lol Franco my boy till the day i die and his ride is crazy fast lol ive driven it before no joke
 

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Has anybody used the port injection kit with any success?
I believe prl used it. I think Mapperformance also did on stock ecu. Not sure about anyone else. Edit: this is, to my knowledge, the only ones that used it on stock ecu. Everyone else that has used port injection is on something like Motec


It would definitely be more complicated to set up but should be doable.

Off the top of my head I know you would need a secondary injector control, fuel rail like the one prl sells, wiring, fuel lines to feed the rail, and I belive they also used a different fuel pump so the hpfp wasn't starved trying to feed another 4 injectors.

Probably missing some things you would need but you can always ask Prl or MAP for advice.
 

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I believe prl used it. I think Mapperformance also did on stock ecu. Not sure about anyone else. Edit: this is, to my knowledge, the only ones that used it on stock ecu. Everyone else that has used port injection is on something like Motec


It would definitely be more complicated to set up but should be doable.

Off the top of my head I know you would need a secondary injector control, fuel rail like the one prl sells, wiring, fuel lines to feed the rail, and I belive they also used a different fuel pump so the hpfp wasn't starved trying to feed another 4 injectors.

Probably missing some things you would need but you can always ask Prl or MAP for advice.
my buddy Nick has done it hes on hondata using port injection im not sure what hes using to control the port injection but look up OSOSIK you can see his red sedan
 


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I believe prl used it. I think Mapperformance also did on stock ecu. Not sure about anyone else. Edit: this is, to my knowledge, the only ones that used it on stock ecu. Everyone else that has used port injection is on something like Motec


It would definitely be more complicated to set up but should be doable.

Off the top of my head I know you would need a secondary injector control, fuel rail like the one prl sells, wiring, fuel lines to feed the rail, and I belive they also used a different fuel pump so the hpfp wasn't starved trying to feed another 4 injectors.

Probably missing some things you would need but you can always ask Prl or MAP for advice.
Don't think I'll go that route just curious.
 
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Once clutch and front swaybar arrive I'll install all the parts I have laying around. If the intake manifold arrives by then will also install that, if not will do once it arrives.

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Once clutch and front swaybar arrive I'll install all the parts I have laying around. If the intake manifold arrives by then will also install that, if not will do once it arrives.

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Forgot I had the rigid collars as well

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Kshawn has already shown its worth imo. 32psi and only 30% duty cycle? The fuel IS there, theres no doubt about that. Thats a huge change from the stock fuel system tapping out around 25-26psi on pump gas and 27-28psi on e30

Theres already one person I've seen max the 2860r out on this fuel system using ktuner and tuned by drob at that time. And that turbo is good for up to 450hp.

But yeah, I've been eagerly waiting Kshawn's progress when he gets it dynod lol
Lol I keep holding out. I really want to see this working the way it should. Factory ECU and Factory EWG.

I could ditch the ewg and go back to a manual actuator and cortex EBC. And be on the dyno tomorrow.

Franko couldn't hold out and switched to a motec so now I took his test monkey spot with ktuner.

 

 
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