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Honda V6 TT going AEM ecu and big injectors

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We are doing an upgrade to a customers car that has a Honda V6  stock ECU with a 5 to 1 rising FPR.  These are crude at best, a Band-Aid. Its a cheap way to force more fuel through stock injectors for a turbo motor.

This is getting large injectors and our custom FPR installed and a plug and plug ecu from AEM

 

the big red FPR is coming off and the small and simple black one is going on,

I don't really work on Hondas but doing 2 at the same time

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admit it John, you're taking a liking to them :lol::sdiva: (<-- full of sarcasm) 

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Would love to see what size turbo and what hp numbers you get.  

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Get rid of that oem gas line system and tap fuel system for AN fittings.

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Encouraged by this. Hopefully by the time I'm ready to pull the trigger on putting a turbo on my 3.5 your all set...

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3 minutes ago, Legit Duner said:

Get rid of that oem gas line system and tap fuel system for AN fittings.

Kinda looks like someone already has.

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18 minutes ago, Kraut_n_Rice said:

Kinda looks like someone already has.

I think he refers to the cross over hose, yeah the only reason you Honda guys need to change that out is because of that 5 to 1 FPR that causes your fuel pressure to go over 120psi through stock injectors------so back at you. If you have that crazy regulator--get rid of that haha!! then you can leave the hose

Injector dynamic 1050's turbos are spec'd by me and are BB T3 units with a real small exhaust housing

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You are doing twin turbos? Is there a benefit to that as opposed to a single? 

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it was already set up that way but turbos that were spec'd out were way too big. twins package better on a V6 and look better than one but cost twice as much (two turbos, oil lines, air filters, wastegates etc.)  I prefer a single turbo and its cheaper, but im not a v6 either.  both could respond the same regardless of one or two unless the turbos were spec'd wrong

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Wish you'd get into building 3.5's............

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John, how did the engine do on your dyno?

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2 hours ago, JM PRO said:

John, how did the engine do on your dyno?

 

2 hours ago, JM PRO said:

John, how did the engine do on your dyno?

I would have to call him, he went out at 8psi with the new smaller turbos and said it was awesome, then after the season came back to increase the boost to 13psi. now its a rocket ship.  if im not mistaken it was close to 700 engine hp!  he loves it. 

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My  3.5 made 415 RWHP at 12 lbs Boost , JE Pistons, Pauter Rods, Bigger Injectors, Water to Air intercooler, S4 Trans, The Turbo not sure on size it came off Corys 3.5 Ford Eco Boost, Electromotive ECM, AEM Boost Controller  

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we have converted a couple to AEM and getting harnesses made for the LS, in doing so, seen what the AEM does for us, we use the Infinity 5,  

the options we added in the harness, makes it easy for data logging and tuning,  ours has

one Wide Band

output for Oil Cooler control in fuse box, for fans,

it has input for, -- Oil Temp, Oil Pressure,

we also did a input for Fuel Pressure,

and Input for the potentiometer ( S4 gear selector)

by doing all this we can data log and also send out CAN to a digital dash,   

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