Join Date: Dec 2004
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Sled: 06 M6 141, 2010 M8 153 SP, 98 TCAT 1000
I ran that setup for years on my ZR6 EFI without ever touching the fuel pressure. With that setup I would rather run it without the regulator then attempting to lean it out to much. On the low end it really helped to have the NGK Iridium plugs to clean out any richness at idle.
-Add the Black Magic SSx notched weights for better hole shots and pull through mid-range
-Cermaic coat the pipes, as they love heat, and this will keep them nice and hot and require less RPM's for optimum performance (Also they look great)
-Definitly run premium fuels
-Use NGK Iridium Plugs
-Change your upper sprocket in the chaincase to a 19- I was running 19/41 gearing and it ripped from holeshot to top-end
-Run 1.25 or above track, unless you are studded, this sled will be making really good power
-use the fuel pressure regulator as a guage, I would not lean it out to much, but just ensure it is within spec of the manual.