FiTech 1200 PA system added

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  1. Coyote Jack

    Coyote Jack Member #55, I'm old FABO Gold Member

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    I finally managed to get my 1200 PA system up and running. I was delayed for a while due to a hip replacement. After a few growing pains I am real pleased with how it works. I now have about 30 miles on it and it has worked without a hiccup for the most part. Much better than the twin 600 Holleys I had. My biggest problem was I had my linkages moving to fast and it made it very touchy to drive. I slowed down the opening rate by adjusting the linkages and now it is a joy to drive. My setup is a 72 Demon, 340 with a 6-71 blower. I am controlling my timing with the MSD 6AL for now. I may use the timing control of the 1200 PA after I get used to it. I used an inline Walbro 392 fuel pump and it seems to do the trick, I ran a return line back to the top of the tank. I still have to learn how to tune it but for now I am real happy.

    Jack

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      I more than just "Like" this but there is no higher rating... That looks like some serious fun there.
       
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        kICK A$$ CAR. Return lines should be in the gas level, to avoid aeration. May or may not plague u tho.
         
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        • Coyote Jack

          Coyote Jack Member #55, I'm old FABO Gold Member

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          No problem yet Bob. Fingers crossed.

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          Love it. I'm glad it's working out since I'm hoping to fire the same system up this fall. What size of fuel line for supply and return did you go with? You were running a meth injection for a time correct?
           
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          I use a 3/8 ths fuel line and return. Seems to work fine but I don't race it so I am never at WOT for to long. I do have Meth injection but I only have it hooked up when I put the go fast pulleys on that give me 10+ lbs of boost. My usual boost is 6 to 7 lbs. I am going to learn more about tuning this EFI before I get into the meth injection again.

          Jack