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Anthony1016

R31 RB30ET on E85 Build.

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Hi all, chasing some advice on my RB30 build. I'm going with a Garrett 3076R with 1000cc bosch injectors on E85. Not looking to make massive power, just wanting parts that will run the setup comfortably. I've searched the forums but there seems to be no definite answer. Questions I have are:

1. What fuel pumps are people using? Not looking to go for a surge tank yet. I assume some type of Walbro setup, any recommended ones?

2. Computers? I was going to go with a nistune VLT ecu but if there are better 'budget friendly' options that people know of that would be awesome. 

Cheers in advance :)

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If you can't find a second hand Haltech or Link ecu then maybe Nistune will do but if you want to run VCT you may need an R34 ecu.

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1 hour ago, KiwiRS4T said:

If you can't find a second hand Haltech or Link ecu then maybe Nistune will do but if you want to run VCT you may need an R34 ecu.

he has a RB30ET thought, there won't be VCT :)

 

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I concur with the call for a larger turbo. If wanting cheap(ish, er), then the smaller one off a Barra would be fine - whatever that one is. Otherwise, certainly larger than 3076, as it will be quite limiting, even with E85.

Nistune will do the job fine - but as you will really need to upgrade to an R35 AFM to make use of it.....you might as well spend just a little more for a Haltech or similar.

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From memory, the Barra turbos were similar to GT3540?

But yeah, go big brah, T51R

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The fg one was a gt3576 and the ba/bf was a 3582

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