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Topic: Tuning Fuel injection Racesaver 305
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Aces&Eights
April 29, 2016 at 09:53:22 AM
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I'm planning on building a Racesaver 305 for the, "elite non wing series", but I'm from a DLM background and know nothing about fuel injection.  I'd like to learn how to tune it so I don't melt it down.  Are there books, videos, websites or anything that explain how to tune these systems?  Which system works best?  I noticed most have a special system for the 305's that are 2-3/16 and most run $3500.  I noticed Hilborn has a "Raw" system, 2-3/16 also that's like $1200 cheaper, both fit 23 degree heads, what is the difference?


Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—	
I took the one less traveled by,	
And that has made all the difference.

Aces&Eights
January 02, 2017 at 01:28:13 PM
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Posted By: Aces&Eights on April 29 2016 at 09:53:22 AM

I'm planning on building a Racesaver 305 for the, "elite non wing series", but I'm from a DLM background and know nothing about fuel injection.  I'd like to learn how to tune it so I don't melt it down.  Are there books, videos, websites or anything that explain how to tune these systems?  Which system works best?  I noticed most have a special system for the 305's that are 2-3/16 and most run $3500.  I noticed Hilborn has a "Raw" system, 2-3/16 also that's like $1200 cheaper, both fit 23 degree heads, what is the difference?



Back to top.  Any input on best Fue injection for newbie?

 

Thanks


Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—	
I took the one less traveled by,	
And that has made all the difference.

Jackson99
January 06, 2017 at 08:17:38 PM
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Engler seems to make the best HP, but they're pricey.

Since you're just starting out, you'll be dollars ahead by going straight to a good dyno shop to have them run it and tell you what pills to run and high speed pressures, if you're running one.

The dyno run should be around $500. But it should determine the best timing, stack length, header size, etc.

Talk to the dyno people beforehand and know exactly how they need the motor delivered.

Beg, borrow, steal different stacks and headers to see what works best.

Good luck!!!! The 305 series is a blast!



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