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    9.5 pistons for a 185 rebuild .......opinions?

    planning on replacing valves and adding and intercooler as well....

    Will the fuel requirements increase buy much?


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    pump gas could be a problem
    its like 1 extra psi of boost
    it makes a big difference in low end performance

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4skis View Post
    planning on replacing valves and adding and intercooler as well....

    Will the fuel requirements increase buy much?
    93 octane will now be required. The stock 38 pound injectors seem to work ok with an external IC, according to those who have added one. However, without datalogging you won't know what the exact fueling requirement will be.

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