What supportin mods do I need to run 24-25psi?

FuelSlut

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My mods so far

KB 2.2l
SCT 2400
CAI
60#inj
KB Boost A Pump
Currently running 19psi


Do I need to upgrade my fuel rails?
 
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dgussin1

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built motor, full fuel system, 12" JLT CAI with GT500 110mm maf, maf.ia.
 
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You can run 25 psi on a stock motor as long as your tune is perfect and you run good fuel. I would also look into some kind of intercooler tank to keep that water down in temp because the biggest reason these stock motors fail is from HEAT.

So if you keep the Air Intake temps down and run GOOD fuel " Min of 110 " and get the car tuned right a stock motor will work. I would not suggest running 25 psi all the time though. For the track only it will work but to be driving a daily driven cobra in 100 degree heat and 25 psi is like a ticking time bomb no matter what you do.
 

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Built lower, 110, and say a prayer before you take it out
 

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Dual GT pumps to go along with the BAP
Probably gonna need to upgrade the MAF
And definitely going to need to run 110 if you want the stock motor to live
 

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Your biggest mandatory upgrade will be with the fuel system. Whether you go with dual Ford GT pumps and a BAP or just swap to a full return system is your choice. Either way the stock fuel system will not easily support the power you will be making.

Good tune and 110+
 
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Thanks for the input guys. I was just wondering. I think Ill just stick with 21psi like everyone else its less complicated and safer. Right now Im running 19psi pulley its enough for the street, but I just wanted something a little extra for the track.
 

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