Why would ya want to mill the block or head? Why not get higher compression pistons? My thinking is this, say something goes wrong, you warp the head or block slighty, then you can mill it to fix it, rather than having to scrap it since you have already removed some off. Same as boring .20" over, alot of people do that, but why if motor isnt hurt? If you damage sleeves, you cant bore anymore without sleeving otherwise its scrap. My two cents.im planning on 11.7:1 compression wiseco pistons w/milled head and block to up the compression with a 2 layer head gasket.
Also, in on this thread, I like I like!!!
I am new to nitrous and KPro, I am wondering why nobody is openly admitting to running wet shot with Kpro, I am sure some are. Wouldnt it work the same, just wire it up like a dry? My thinking is this, say I got stage 1 @ 50shot, stage 2 @ 75shot. If on dry, I can not up the shot without a tune or safely do it. But say if I got a close race next round, on wet, I can change jets to 100 in stage 2 and be fine, worse case pull 1-2* in timing, and really dont have to touch the fuel, or can add a bit to play safe.
Also, if I go dry shot, could I run wet shot nozzles for a dual stage direct port?
By the way, I am planning on with drag radials doing 50shot from the launch if it will stick, then running stage 2 with 50-75shot, and if stage 3 go with 50-75shot. On slicks be 75shot from launch, 75 shot in stage 2, and 100shot in stage 3, unless it hooks then run 125 stage 2 and no 3 stages.
you'll want more eventually lol^^everyone is talking about HUGe shots lol i just want k-pro and like a 75 shot!!! lol
not running one, and what are you talking about "increase the injecotrs"?how are you guys running a pressure regulator? Or are you converting to a return setup with one? Try to up the pressure to increase the injectors.
lol ya i would hope so but i need k-pro befire i can do anything unless i go wet, but i dont if i want to deal with all that.
i could be wrong but i feel like doing that you would be putting extra strain on them making them more likely to fail, i get what your saying tho and the concept makes sense i just dont think its worth it, IMO. However something that does work well you could look into is taking the stock injectors and taking the tips off of them and the screen out, im not sure of the exact process but it bores them out to about 520 or 550 i think, my gf's brother did this with my stock injectors when i got new ones and it worked well.by turning the fuel pressure up you can increase the output of the injectors. Basically taking our 310cc injectors to more, depending on what you increased the fuel pressure to say would be comparable to 390cc or even like 410cc, for example. Its a way to cheat your injectors, and not have to buy bigger if you need just a lil more. All injectors are rated their cc's at a certain fuel pressure, I think ours is like 52psi or something, normal hondas are like at 44 or something like that. So really ours arent any bigger than say the Prelude's 270cc injectors cause of the fuel pressure difference.
yeah I am gonna do that for sure, I have been looking at several results, everyone that I have seen that they cc tested came back at 517-522, and for those that had them cleaned and tested came back 519-521cc. I am thinking with my setup, according to RC I need to run 419cc if I run a wet shot, and if I run dry shot, figuring 700bhp, which I hope with full shot to be around 550-600whp it says I need 946cc to run 80% cycle. So really with a dry shot and modding stock injectors, according to it I can spray up to about 100shot. With a wet shot, I can just run 420cc and maybe be ok, though for safety I will be upgrading the fuel pump.
What size injectors is everyone running on theirs, and with what shots?
Dang, I cant wait, I need the car done already so I can do this, OMG I got the laughing juice obsession already, havent even started out any on the car and wanting more, heheheheehe