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Building the manifold, going to be at least
Another year until it's used but here is a pic of the
Mock up.
 

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Sexy
Are you already a member of vortec4200.com? There's a similar project going on over there...also in alaska.
 

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in for the results. want to send your manifold to china and make replicas? Cheap glorious replicas for $27 that we can sell for $860 like everyone else does.
 

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Damn

Here I thought I would be one of the first with this idea. I am in El Paso, and right now the only thing stopping me is the fact there is no custom manifold or headers here let alone sport individual coil packs. How did you get around this? plus are you going to use an oversize fuel pump?
 

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Here I thought I would be one of the first with this idea. I am in El Paso, and right now the only thing stopping me is the fact there is no custom manifold or headers here let alone sport individual coil packs. How did you get around this? plus are you going to use an oversize fuel pump?
Que?

And build your own manifold. Problem solved, thank me later.
 

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Has anybody tried the GF Performance Chip? GForce website GFchip.com its on sale for $69. Would like a real opinion and not their possible self generate statements.
 

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Crazier things have happened in Alaska!!

With a cooler climate, are you thinking of running it with NO inercooler?? It would probably work ok with low boost and 93 octane. It would get you up and running a lot quicker. Once running/driving you could plan and fabricate a front mount intercooler or a smaller water/air intercooler tucked away somewhere.

Getting a Limequat tuned pcm will eliminate any tuning nightmares/downtime also. A walbro 340 fuel pump and Siemens 80lb injectors will feed 600hp give or take. Goodluck! Removing the engine is the hardest part and you already did that!
 

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Crazier things have happened in Alaska!!

With a cooler climate, are you thinking of running it with NO inercooler?? It would probably work ok with low boost and 93 octane. It would get you up and running a lot quicker. Once running/driving you could plan and fabricate a front mount intercooler or a smaller water/air intercooler tucked away somewhere.

Getting a Limequat tuned pcm will eliminate any tuning nightmares/downtime also. A walbro 340 fuel pump and Siemens 80lb injectors will feed 600hp give or take. Goodluck! Removing the engine is the hardest part and you already did that!
Thanks for the plug :)
You oughtta start mass producing your up-pipe. Make it real easy.
 
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