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post May 11, 2016 - 9:17 PM
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taylors5sfe

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Hey I'm new to the forums my name is Taylor I have a 94 turbo 5sfe. I'm running a tb25 turbo with 460cc 87 rx7 non turbo injectors. Getting my spark plugs running at 1 degree colder and gap at around 25 to 30. For right now I'm gonna be tuning it with a safc I.I have some tinkering to do still need to order my walbro 225 fuel pump I plan on getting 3sgte arp head studs and a 98 Camry head gasket but still have some qurstions. Does anyone know how Much power a 5sfe can handle on stock internals?? Really need this info and more of what else I can help to build up my motor I know they didn't make much performance for these motors but with fabrication things fit and work as they should!

Let me know what else I could do!

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post May 12, 2016 - 12:32 AM
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you pretty much have everything. i made something like 210 TQ with my boosted 5S


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post May 12, 2016 - 8:07 AM
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I herd that I can run e85 and push about 12 pounds max but I also herd that 250hp is melting point for piston
post May 13, 2016 - 7:43 AM
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water/methanol injection


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