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watahyahknow
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let me introduce myself and my project

Post by watahyahknow » Sat Aug 02, 2008 12:00 pm

hello i'm ronald bakker from the netherlands europe , propane country number one it seems .

and this is the engine i'm trying to have build by deeds performance :
chevrolet dart big block 540 cid
eagle or scat rotating assembly
JE pistons
clevite bearings
deeds headers
twin HP-72 / F1-72 A/R turbonetic turbo's
and 2 45 mm wastegates
....... thats about wat i know from him sofar

where both looking around to find out some extra info on the biggest gasinjectors made by prins at the moment
i would realy apreciate some help from the experts here on how many injectors i need to put in the manifold to keep the engine happy up to 5500 rpm at about 14 psi boost .
wat kind of afr we need to look from the lambdah readings for and more of those sortah things
having the mother of all propane powered engines build BBC 540 with twin turbos water to ait intercooler and prins based EFI setup

gues what i need info for the EFI system


Helmet
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Post by Helmet » Sun Aug 03, 2008 9:09 am

Hello Ronald,

Lets see, a twin turbo 540 running 14 PSI, thats what, 1200 hp?
You'll need 16 injectors, 2 per cylinder, at the very least.
Prins uses Keihin injectors.
I'm planning a 600 horse N/A BB and I think by going injection I'll have a little trouble finding the right injectors.
There is one guy I know of that makes serious hp (liquid injection), but he is in Australia, and only fits his stuff to cars in his shop.
'72 Cutlass Supreme, 455 BBO (out of order)
'85 CUCV, HO454

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Re: let me introduce myself and my project

Post by 400HPONGAS » Thu Jul 09, 2009 7:25 am

I know its a bit out of date , but from my own experience , this "Vapour injection" is a total waste of time and money for High powered setups .
It was designed for 2 litre 4 cylinder jobs , It just doesnt perform at all !!!! It should never be confused with "Liquid injection" another story all together
A well setup fumigated system will out power it and cost only 30% as much as the overpriced , underpowered vapour injection system
Look what you get from a couple 425's with 2 hair dryers
http://www.bpeheads.com/timmons.htm

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Re: let me introduce myself and my project

Post by Mattelderca » Thu Jul 09, 2009 2:39 pm

400HPONGAS wrote:Look what you get from a couple 425's with 2 hair dryers
http://www.bpeheads.com/timmons.htm
We have discussed this install,
viewtopic.php?f=5&t=931&start=0
Too many faults to hold it up as a good example. Granted it is interesting, just incomplete IMHO!

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