I'm going to buy the top end kit you have ( Item #LRS-6049D-K ) with a bigger throttle body the professional 70mm ( Item #PP-69214 ) along with the pully kit ( Item #ASP-825928 ) is there anything else you would recommend for my motor without making where I can't put it back to stock being it only has 83,000 miles on it plus there was only a 1,000 of them made and it's a really nice car. I just don't want to make anything where I can't put it back to stock if I would like to and live it to my grand kids On that top end kit how good are the heads that come with that kit and is that cam good and does it have a good lop to it at idle because that is what I want but not to aggressive of a lope. Plus I'm going tonput long tube headers with x pipe exhaust dumped about half way back or behind the rear end with very good exhaust.
Asked by Johnny S. from Forest City | Comment 1 0
Yes, the Kenne Bell Boost A Pump will allow the Cobra fuel pumps to almost double their output and that is more than sufficient for most applications.
Answered by tony m. from waco | Comment 0 0
I have a 1993 Mustang LX with a 347 engine. I have a BBK in tank 255LPH with stock lines. On occasion this fuel set up will not supply adequate fuel the enngine requires. Will this product help solve this problem. PS I am using 30lb injectors.
Asked by Ronald T. from Brandenburg | Comment 0 0
This will assist in fuel output at wide open throttle. On naturally aspirated applications, it can be activated by vacuum and will increase output up to 100%
Answered by Karson S. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
I have a 92 gt with a procharger p1sc and 24 lb fuel injectors, the question I have is ,I do not have a fuel pump upgrade, and was wondering what is the difference between the bbk inline fuel pump kit and this boost a pump kit? I'm NOT pushing 500+ hp and was wondering with my set up which would be best? Or if its just preference, also with this boost a pump kit if tuning is necessary ? Or if the boost a pump calibrates fuel request , sends that amount of voltage to produce fuel delivery on its own? Thank you
Asked by kevin d. from san antonio | Comment 0 0
The inline pump will be running all of the time, where this is only used when needed such as at WOT. Those components typically require a custom tune, so I would consult with who you plan to tune the car, and see what they prefer to tune with.
Answered by Karson S. from Hewitt | Comment 1 0