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    What is the first fueling solution?

    Lpfp? Hpfp? Additional port injection? Fuel line upgrade? Something else?

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    Dump meth and pray. Click here to enlarge

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    I see you are not a believer in the ported injection that has been under development for a year or so... Click here to enlarge

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Terry@BMS Click here to enlarge
    Dump meth and pray. Click here to enlarge
    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAA!!!!! Thats what i like to hear! Click here to enlarge

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by 654 Click here to enlarge
    I see you are not a believer in the ported injection that has been under development for a year or so... Click here to enlarge
    It may work if the electronics can support it properly. But to be honest I spend most of my intellectual resources and development time in the 330-440rw range where 99.8% of our customer base is. So aside from a few higher HP dyno sessions and an opinion can't offer much to the fueling dilemma. A higher volume low pressure pump does look promising though.

    Maybe 10 years ago I used to make a fuel pump voltage boosting product for LT1 cars. If time permits I'll rig something like that up on our 135i for a little more testing as well.
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    PAW is doing something with the LPFP. What? I don't know exactly but some people have stated that changing or modifying the LPFP won't do anything. I really don't know but it seems there is no concrete solution yet.

    The port injection thing still hasn't been worked out.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    PAW is doing something with the LPFP. What? I don't know exactly but some people have stated that changing or modifying the LPFP won't do anything.
    Changing the LPFP can throw a code, so PAW should flash the DME to accept an upgraded LPFP.

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    We are all scratching our head in regard to throwing more fuel in the car to safely go past 500whp. In my opinion a little bit past that point the stock exhaust housings are going to become a limiting factor and then there will be another bridge to be crossed i.e. completely different units.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by 654 Click here to enlarge
    Changing the LPFP can throw a code, so PAW should flash the DME to accept an upgraded LPFP.
    I'm sure that is their plan.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by George Smooth Click here to enlarge
    We are all scratching our head in regard to throwing more fuel in the car to safely go past 500whp. In my opinion a little bit past that point the stock exhaust housings are going to become a limiting factor and then there will be another bridge to be crossed i.e. completely different units.
    Maybe. But I had no problem making 540rw through the stock turbos with nitrous. Would love to see the inlet to back pressure ratio with the RBs @ 20psi!

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Terry@BMS Click here to enlarge
    Maybe. But I had no problem making 540rw through the stock turbos with nitrous. Would love to see the inlet to back pressure ratio with the RBs @ 20psi!
    Nitrous is added after the stock turbine housings directly to the charge pipe so that the bottleneck is circumvented.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by 654 Click here to enlarge
    Nitrous is added after the stock turbine housings directly to the charge pipe so that the bottleneck is circumvented.
    And not a realistic representation of what can be hit on boost only...

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by 654 Click here to enlarge
    Nitrous is added after the stock turbine housings directly to the charge pipe so that the bottleneck is circumvented.
    The exhaust still has to go out the exhaust ports and through the turbine. Click here to enlarge But I guess you have less inert gas in the mix vs. running a normal 21% oxygen mix so it's "cheating the system" a bit on the back end as well.

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    Good point. Your nitrous whp reference might not be far of.

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