01-23-2008, 09:49 PM #1
can i run 17 psi with stock fuel system ????@ 93 octane
im have a bone stock honda f12x expect the solas 17/29 pitch impeller, im tired of my friends rxt passing by ( not on rough stuff hahahaha!!!) i was thinking about getting a honda boost control from "it" ebay for $46.99.
boost pressure stock is 13 psi. if i boost it to 17 psi will i need to add more fuel to the system and with this jump in boost will i see 64 to 65 mphs?????
AND AT FULL 19PSI BOOST WILL IT POP THE HEAD GASKET???
01-23-2008, 09:54 PM #2
Welcome to the HULK!!!!!!!!!!!! I think you would be playing with fire!!! With the stock intercooler and running only 93. As deto will probley become a problem. I would also look into getting a set of Nitro's valve springs as if you keep the stock ones they WILL fail, not a cheap fix.
01-23-2008, 10:04 PM #3
On a F12x you will not get 64-65 MPH even at 19 PSI. 19 PSI is too high, the stock tiny turbo runs out of steam quickly after 16PSI. Try about 15 PSI max with the stock intercooler and 61-62 MPH maybe.
With my intercooler you may get by with about 17-18PSI
01-23-2008, 10:16 PM #4
Nitro Do U Have A Pic Of Your Intercooler ( Is It A Drop In Fit) & How Much For It..
So Going From 13 Psi To 16 Psi I Will Not See A Big Difference In The Mph's Unless I Get A Mac Or ( Nitro Intercooler).
Im Not Looking For 70mph Im Looking For The Right Parts To Get Me From 60.1 Stock To Atleast 65mphs.
01-24-2008, 07:56 PM #5
My intercooler is a drop in fit also to get 65mph on a F12x you will need a Nitro Stg1 kit.
01-24-2008, 08:17 PM #6
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