Great video here detailing the racing that went on at this years Pan Am’s at ATCO raceway
Check out this world record pass from the MOITS racing mustang last week at WSID
Running E85 is the dream for anyone with a turbocharged performance car. But it does come with some draw backs. One of the main ones is that you need to increase your fuel capabilities 35% over standard. That being said, when you do switch to E85, you’re probably doing so to run a LOT more boost, so you’re going to need a whole heap more fuel on top of that as well.
Here is a list with a few options of every part of the upgrade neccessary to get the most our of your Ford Falcon XR6 turbo
1.The in tank fuel pump – Getting fuel from the factory fuel tank to your surge tank will require an upgraded pump due to the demand for more fuel.
2. The surge tank – Instead of a universal tank, this specific xr6t designed tank bolts up the front of the car, and sits inline with the factory feed line.
3. The main fuel pumps – Getting fuel out of the surge tank and to the fuel rails is the next step. If you’re running this type of setup, then you’re chasing 2 of these bad boys!
Premium solution – http://mrparts.com.au/index.php/product/genuine-bosch-044-efi-fuel-pump/
(dont forget the mounting brackets either!)
Budget solution – http://mrparts.com.au/index.php/product/dual-pump-bkt-black/
4. Holding extra fuel is the key here, and thats why a billet fuel rail is fitted : (other colours also available)
5. Out of the rail and into the engine! Fuel is atomised into a fine spray by the fuel injectors, and with big horsepower and E85, you’re going to need at least 1000cc
6. Excess fuel that isnt used is returned out of the rail into the fuel pressure regulator. To allow proper adjustment, and to flow the increase volume of fuel, this is also upgraded
Premium solution – http://mrparts.com.au/index.php/product/fpr-1200-6-an-black/
Generally modification of this level to the fuel system would be undertaken when a large frame turbocharger is fitted, and supporting engine modifications. If you have a much milder setup, we have other much simpler complete solutions available.
Proflow’s engine bay mount Ford BA BF FG Falcon surge tanks bolt up to the chassis rail, are compact and will ensure an uninterrupted supply of fuel to your external pump/s. Comprising of a 1.9L vessel welded to a base plate which is able to support a single or double 044 style fuel pump bracket.
- 2 x -8AN pump supplies.
- 1 x -6AN tank return.
- 1 x -6AN tank supply.
- 1 x -6AN fuel rail return.
Couple this with a walbro in tank pump and you have a SERIOUS fuel system for those serious XR6 turbo powered falcons around Australia.
We have a fantastic range to suit just about every rotary application from stock standard n/a, to wild methanol drag car.
Click on the link below and read the comments on each plug to find out which best suits your car engine.
Still unsure? Just send us an email and we’ll help you out.
The Toyota 2JZ 3.0L engine is the stuff of legends in the performance world, and you can find them being shoehorned into just about everything these days!
Take a look at this compilation from fullboost on some of the biggest and best 2JZ doing what they do best
Unsure of making the step to EFI? Looking to upgrade to an aftermarket system but not sure where to start?
The easiest solution is to shoot us an email with some info (vehicle, engine type, fuel you want to run, expected power and vehicle use [street/drift/drag/etc]) and we can put together a package that will tick all the boxes.
Whatsmore, if you buy all your items at once, we can even work out a killer deal for you!
You’ve probably all heard a 2 rotor engine, maybe even a 3 rotor. But if you havent heard a 4 rotor engine, then you are missing out!
A sound almost reminiscent of an Forumula 1 race car, this 4 rotor engine is something else.
We caught up with Jon from Microtech EFI to check out some of the new products in their line up