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Old 08-22-2013, 06:10 PM
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Yes it's a V10 Supercharger Question Thread, get in here anyway.

The truck...2001 F350 6.8L 2V.

The charger...Whipple twin screw

The story.....So I own a very small business that's licensed to manufacture firearms, AR15 style firearms to be specific. I recently took in a pieced together whipple kit in trade on a custom rifle build. Here's the list of parts that I have.

Whipple Charger
Accessory bracket
Drive Pulley
Various piping and manifolds
Intercooler
Lucas 38lp/hr injectors (best guess based on part number)
In-line fuel pump
modified coolant neck


I do not have the stand alone computer that whipple originally included with the kit. I have talked with a local tuner and the plan is to go with an SCT tuner and 3 hours dyno time to dial it in.

While the automotive world is not new to me (built MANY Mustangs) this will be the first supercharger I've ever installed, and I'm a little apprehensive using a pieced together and used kit. My tuner recommended 42# injectors but feels that the 38# should be enough. These are the old pushrod motor style fat injectors with adapter pigtails (exactly like these)

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which brings up my first question...

Will these injectors physically work or should I sell them and get 42# narrow body injectors like the factory ones?

Question #2 (for now)...

Any parts you guys can think of that I should pick up?

TIA!!


Additional useless info...

Truck already has..

MBRP cat-back exhaust
Doug Thorley Headers
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i have instructions with pictures if someone needs them
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i have instructions with pictures if someone needs them
Thanks, but those I do have. That gets me as far as getting everything installed and plumbed. But the way this kit is put together it does not follow the factory install.
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i see, those are the wrong injector types
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Side question, how do you like the MBRP cat back? I have the 4" and am curious if you felt a loss in low end torque?
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Side question, how do you like the MBRP cat back? I have the 4" and am curious if you felt a loss in low end torque?
Nothing I could notice by my seat of the pants meter. But it sounds MUCH better!!!
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The Mustang GT500 uses 47lb injectors that will work with the V10 wire harness and fuel rails.
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