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Fast 92mm Intake

Old 12-24-2014, 11:36 AM
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Fast 92mm Intake

Anyone have any experience changing out an Ls6 intake for a Fast 92? Did you notice a difference either thru the seat of the pants or on a dyno? Did you change out the factory injectors and fuel rails? Will the factory fuel rails and injectors supply enough gas after stepping up to the Fast 92? I already have changed out the stock heads and cam. Running Kooks headers as well. A larger throttle body seems to be the next step.
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Old 12-24-2014, 12:56 PM
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Injector size is a function of flywheel HP. Do you have dyno numbers on your current setup?

Might want to update your "signature" with head and cam info.

While I understand this question is related to fuel, I think it might get better response on "LS1 Based Engine Tech". We really have a shortage of LS1 owners, but I think it's a better location. I'll move it if you want.
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Yes that would be OK. The dyno numbers right after the heads and cam was 396 to the ground.
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396 HP at the rear wheels would correspond to about 455 HP at the flywheel. Based on that, you are on the ragged edge with the stock injectors (28.8 #/HR). You should be seeing greater than 90% duty cycle.
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We did increase the injectors to 42 lbs with the head and cam. On the dyno the engine dropped fuel pressure so the new injectors were put in as well as a higher capacity Aeromotive fuel pump. Seems to me the next logical step is the Fast 92 manifold and TB. My hope is to get to 490+ at the flywheel.
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I've got a '98 Z28 that I swapped an LS6 longblock back in '04 and ran an SLP LS6 intake (modified to accept the EGR on the '98-'99 F-Bodies) until this past summer. I put down 385.9 RWHP on the LS6 intake and then 400.1 RWHP when I swapped over to the FAST 92mm/Nick Williams 92mm TB.
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Thanks. I was hoping for a little more then 15 hp.
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Thanks. I was hoping for a little more then 15 hp.
My LS6 longblock still has stock LS6 heads and internals. The FAST92mm will let it pickup even more with cam and/or head swap...I wouldn't be surprised if you didn't see a 20-25 RWHP increase with your head/cam swap...

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