Great question, Brandon. You are definitely going to need bigger Injectors to run a twin turbo set up. I would say try using the PMA-12579AX so you can be covered on 36lb injectors. You need to make sure that you are getting plenty of fuel through the system to run a twin set up!
Long story short, to answer your question: The BBK-8004 will not work with your desired application.
Answered by Aaron W. from Waco | Comment 0 0
Hello, I recently put a ton of parts on my car, (Trick Flow Top End Stage 2, new radiator, electric fan, etc.) and also a new computer. He said if we put on a new computer and kept it speed density, it would make it more flexible for future mods and it would be cheaper. well 2 months later, i have the car and it runs horrible. A mustang mechanic near me said that converting it to mass air would solve all my problems. I need to know what all i will need and if you have any advice for me. Thanks.
Asked by Chris R. from Somerville | Comment 0 0
If you did the full top end kit that includes their cam, then yes, a mass air conversion needs to be done. Speed density relies on vacuum and the cam in that kit changes the vacuum significantly where the car will not idle properly. A mass air conversion will resolve that.
Answered by Karson S. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
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