Yes 05 2zz
I have updated the tank and pump to a quantum
Think the Injectors need to give a bit more?
Thought the stock system would meter the need for added fuel, this i dont know how much? Question is, what has been done successfully please
I have the Blade 300, which adds more boost with a smaller pulley. It uses 550cc injectors and a tune, upgraded IC and the Cup airbox.
Before the kit my AFRs were right at about 14 to 1 across the rpms. That leaves little room for error (bad gas etc.). After the kit and tune were installed the AFRs were more in line with boosted tunes (richer, especially at high rpms). You could squeeze out more power with a custom tune, but my mechanic thought I should leave it where it was. It also provides a bit of headroom for bad gas, etc.
The BOE kits have 750cc injectors. Granted, their blowers are capable of more boost, but part of my point is that with my kit and others, you typically don't add boost to a stock motor (especially one with high compression) without compensating with more fuel (bigger injectors, fuel pump etc.), intercooler, tune to manage the AFRs etc. You may get away with, you may not.
You can obviously add whatever you want, but at a minimum I'd do some dyno pulls to see if your AFR is sufficent for the boost you add.
Just my opinion, and everyone has one.