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Old 10-22-2019, 10:09 AM   #1
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right size injectors for Jackson Supercharger and E85

Hello group. I'm sure the answer might be buried here somewhere, but hope y'all might be able to answer it quickly.
I want to upgrade to the Jackson Supercharger next year and run my E85 still. So I wanted to know what size injectors would be suitable for this application along with the fuel pump. I already got a C65 DW fuel pump and hope that will be sufficient. Any other suggestions for fuel upgrades would also be great. Thanks.
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700cc injectors.
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Yup. 700cc injectors will be perfect for around 280whp.
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DW 700cc is what I have for my Harrop with E85 at 12psi.
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I use DW 700CC Injectors — I’ve heard negative feedback on the DW 65C Fuel Pump though, most everyone recommends the 300C. I run the stock Fuel Pump on my JRSC w/ E85 without issue, but that was at my tuner’s preference.
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I run the DW300c too. Good insurance even if it may not be necessary.
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700CC is fine.

Dump that 65C and get a 300C.

PM to order.
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700CC is fine.

Dump that 65C and get a 300C.

PM to order.
curious on your thoughts on the 65c pump vs. the 300c. I've had this pump for almost 4 years. is the 300c a replacement to the 65c? only asking since i had no idea there was another option.
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curious on your thoughts on the 65c pump vs. the 300c. I've had this pump for almost 4 years. is the 300c a replacement to the 65c? only asking since i had no idea there was another option.
Slightly different form factors, and the 300C has more capacity. The 65C has a tendency to overheat.
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Slightly different form factors, and the 300C has more capacity. The 65C has a tendency to overheat.
which method did you use, 4 orings? or spacer with 1 oring? thanks!
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which method did you use, 4 orings? or spacer with 1 oring? thanks!
4 o-rings.
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