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Received my satin black Kenne Bell kit today. I'm EXCITED AS HELL! Looked through the installation manual, and did an inventory of the kit. I'm going to start the install this weekend.

I was wondering about others who have the kit. What type of obsticales could I run into during the install? How about the fuel system with 42's? Octane?

Ready to kick some heads/cam/spray LS1 tail this season, think I'm a bit closer. :D
 

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Thanks Mat. What kinda gas/boost are you running?
 

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As of now I am using 94 octane. I am running around 15psi. but i will be making that # go up very soon :) Thanx to my buddy Nitrous pete :)

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ur gonna need bigger injectors than the stockers.. 55lbers seem to be the norm. Anyone wanna back me up this?
 

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Way to go, Steve! An 03 Cobra with that Kenne Bell kit is like Oreo's and milk. The combo works well. You are not going to believe how amazing the car will be.

Be very careful with the install. I know of others who ran into problems and the project turned into a nightmare. I opted to pay the professional and it turned out to be a good choice.

And I agree...the injectors are a wise decision. The 42's are good for moderate boost but will heat up and cost you power. And they are a risk. Upgrade them! But you really should do injectors with the blower install. Changing them afterward will require the blower to come off.
 

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No problems on the install here. Back left bolt under the plenum is a little tricky though... :D
 
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