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Old 02-09-2020, 11:20 PM   #5293
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has anymore used this A/C delete kit? https://www.ft86speedfactory.com/sub...l#.XkDXnGhKirw

I know some people have ran the Raceseng one successfully. Just not sure if the Subaru one uses the same size pulley as the ac?
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The dual rad doesn't have enough cooling capacity for track work from my experience. I'm in the process of replacing it with a standalone oil cooler atm. But if you're really set on it, you can buy my dual
Second, if I don't run with the heater on full blast it'll overheat. Got a code a few weeks ago at Sebring... low voltage for the coolant sensor. So far I'm ok, but not taking that risk again. Need to get the dedicated cooler.
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has anymore used this A/C delete kit? https://www.ft86speedfactory.com/sub...l#.XkDXnGhKirw

I know some people have ran the Raceseng one successfully. Just not sure if the Subaru one uses the same size pulley as the ac?

Was just going to ask about opinions on Ac delete kit as well. Car is being retired from street duty so need to pull the AC. It stopped working anyways, now it's just a heavy pulley holder.
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Was just going to ask about opinions on Ac delete kit as well. Car is being retired from street duty so need to pull the AC. It stopped working anyways, now it's just a heavy pulley holder.
I ended up doing this because its free: https://www.ft86club.com/forums/show...&postcount=333
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Hey everyone. I've piddled around the interwebs in search of answers and I seem to be finding mixed opinions. Question: what size fuel pump/injectors are IDEAL for running with the high boost pulley+e85? I see a lot of 700cc injectors being used, with some saying that's not enough. While I think 1000cc+ might be a bit overkill. Split the difference @900ish?
I currently have a 340/lph fuel pump on hand, I think that'll be sufficient, just looking for a confirmation on that.
Lastly, my tuner is 2 hours away, what would you do?: A) install it all at home and get a limp-to-tuner-tune, or B)drive to tuner, install everything there, tune.
(I should mention all parts to install: HBP, pump, injectors, FFkit)
Thanks in advance for your insights and recommendations!
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Hey everyone. I've piddled around the interwebs in search of answers and I seem to be finding mixed opinions. Question: what size fuel pump/injectors are IDEAL for running with the high boost pulley+e85? I see a lot of 700cc injectors being used, with some saying that's not enough. While I think 1000cc+ might be a bit overkill. Split the difference @900ish?
I currently have a 340/lph fuel pump on hand, I think that'll be sufficient, just looking for a confirmation on that.
Lastly, my tuner is 2 hours away, what would you do?: A) install it all at home and get a limp-to-tuner-tune, or B)drive to tuner, install everything there, tune.
(I should mention all parts to install: HBP, pump, injectors, FFkit)
Thanks in advance for your insights and recommendations!
Install it at home, I'd hate to waste the tuner's time if something goes wrong with the install unless he is doing that for you. The pump is fine, injectors you won't find a definite answer. Some people swear they made 400s work and have no issues. Can they work? Yes, it's up to you to decide if you feel comfortable with that.

My tuner told me he had done 700s on a similar setup and they were maxed out, but that doesn't mean it won't work. Considering the price difference between 900 and 1200, I paid an extra $50 and got 1200s. Overkill? Yes, but I'm damn sure I won't run out of fuel.
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Old 02-25-2020, 03:39 PM   #5299
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Hey everyone. I've piddled around the interwebs in search of answers and I seem to be finding mixed opinions. Question: what size fuel pump/injectors are IDEAL for running with the high boost pulley+e85? I see a lot of 700cc injectors being used, with some saying that's not enough. While I think 1000cc+ might be a bit overkill. Split the difference @900ish?
I currently have a 340/lph fuel pump on hand, I think that'll be sufficient, just looking for a confirmation on that.
Lastly, my tuner is 2 hours away, what would you do?: A) install it all at home and get a limp-to-tuner-tune, or B)drive to tuner, install everything there, tune.
(I should mention all parts to install: HBP, pump, injectors, FFkit)
Thanks in advance for your insights and recommendations!
I have two default choices.

DW700cc on a budget

ID1050X for a superior spray pattern.

PM me to order either

B. drive to tuner, install everything there.
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Old 02-25-2020, 04:31 PM   #5300
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Hey everyone. I've piddled around the interwebs in search of answers and I seem to be finding mixed opinions. Question: what size fuel pump/injectors are IDEAL for running with the high boost pulley+e85? I see a lot of 700cc injectors being used, with some saying that's not enough. While I think 1000cc+ might be a bit overkill. Split the difference @900ish?
I currently have a 340/lph fuel pump on hand, I think that'll be sufficient, just looking for a confirmation on that.
Lastly, my tuner is 2 hours away, what would you do?: A) install it all at home and get a limp-to-tuner-tune, or B)drive to tuner, install everything there, tune.
(I should mention all parts to install: HBP, pump, injectors, FFkit)
Thanks in advance for your insights and recommendations!
770’s are likely enough. You could look at people’s data logs to check their PI time, but I think if you do you will find the duration is good. I think Id1000 will be fine too. 1500+ and the duration is too short and the spray pattern is too much for off boost operation, according to some. Even with the DIs helping to manage everything, some seem to have idle and low speed issues. That is just what I have read.
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I just reinstalled my jrsc after having the recall done and now it squeals under throttle. will this go away or should i just get a new belt?

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I just reinstalled my jrsc after having the recall done and now it squeals under throttle. will this go away or should i just get a new belt?

Check your idlers to make sure the bearings are in good condition and check your belt. The belt will go 30-50k miles depending on environment and use, so it may be that time.
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Second, if I don't run with the heater on full blast it'll overheat. Got a code a few weeks ago at Sebring... low voltage for the coolant sensor. So far I'm ok, but not taking that risk again. Need to get the dedicated cooler.
We recommend our Track Oil Cooler Kit for track/race level oil cooling needs. The Dual Radiator/Oil Cooler is designed for street NA/FI and track NA applications.
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Old 03-04-2020, 08:42 PM   #5304
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We recommend our Track Oil Cooler Kit for track/race level oil cooling needs. The Dual Radiator/Oil Cooler is designed for street NA/FI and track NA applications.
Interesting. I've running my Edelbrock + JRDR for awhile both track and drift and it keeps my temps under 240F for 20-30min sessions. Maybe I'm not fast enough lol.
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We recommend our Track Oil Cooler Kit for track/race level oil cooling needs. The Dual Radiator/Oil Cooler is designed for street NA/FI and track NA applications.
Once some funds free up I'll contact you to modify my setup.
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Interesting. I've running my Edelbrock + JRDR for awhile both track and drift and it keeps my temps under 240F for 20-30min sessions. Maybe I'm not fast enough lol.
Different system with different airflow requirements to stay cool, but Jackson Racing DROC is a very common recommendation I make for folks with an E-force that need/want more cooling.
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