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....that's borderline creepy shit right there.... would make a good pit crew if you could get them to hand you tools though. :)
hahahahaha, they're alright, smart little fellas, but they won't hand you anything. And they only look creepy with a flash.

They inherited my dogs bowl since he passed away on September 6th ( he was 17 years old).
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I couldn't leave my fuel rail alone, had to modify it.
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And the fuel system is in, wanted to do returnless closed loop fuel system for a bit, but decided to keep it simple and just go with boost reference adjustable fuel pressure regulator and return system.
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And the fuel system is in, wanted to do returnless closed loop fuel system for a bit, but decided to keep it simple and just go with boost reference adjustable fuel pressure regulator and return system.
Good call... when it comes to fuel systems more simple is better just about every time.... nothing will nuke a turbo motor faster than wonky fuel pressure/delivery...... I have the ash trays to prove it.

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Good call... when it comes to fuel systems more simple is better just about every time.... nothing will nuke a turbo motor faster than wonky fuel pressure/delivery...... I have the ash trays to prove it.
I'll try pwm driven fuel pump one of them days, it sounds very good imo. I'll build a pwm driver prototype and will test it on my electric water pump on the bike, which will sort of work like a fuel pump driver, except instead of pressure I'll be increasing/decreasing power going to the pump with coolant temperature changes, that will give me a whole season to get the kinks out of it.

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I'll try pwm driven fuel pump one of them days, it sounds very good imo. I'll build a pwm driver prototype and will test it on my electric water pump on the bike, which will sort of work like a fuel pump driver, except instead of pressure I'll be increasing/decreasing power going to the pump with coolant temperature changes, that will give me a whole season to get the kinks out of it.
It's funny you mention that... I was just cruising through Fuel Lab's website.... it looks like they have developed variable flow fuel pump/regulator set up, and I think they even have in-tank pumps too.

I just pulled the trigger on an oscilloscope as well... time to start learning how to make this shit on my own. :)

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It looks like you should be getting close to fire up? Great thread and build so far.

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It's funny you mention that... I was just cruising through Fuel Lab's website.... it looks like they have developed variable flow fuel pump/regulator set up, and I think they even have in-tank pumps too.

I just pulled the trigger on an oscilloscope as well... time to start learning how to make this shit on my own. :)
There are a lot of cool high performance tech out there, a lot of car guys been using it for a while now, but it is so much cooler when you build it on your own from scratch. BTW the more new stuff you learn, the more you realize how much more you want to learn, it's addicting.
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It looks like you should be getting close to fire up? Great thread and build so far.
Thanks, it's pretty close, just couple of more small details and the tuning fun will begin.
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I'm looking forward to some vid of your badass build is running.

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