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This is a discussion on d1sc procharged 383 stroker within the Forced Induction - 5th Gen forums, part of the 5th Generation Chevrolet Camaro 2010 - 2015 category; I've decided to do a 383 stroker and d1sc procharger on my 2000 trans am. Is anyone currently using that ...

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    I've decided to do a 383 stroker and d1sc procharger on my 2000 trans am. Is anyone currently using that setup. if so what kind of numbers are you putting down and what fuel setup are you using. I plan on just using the car as a weekend toy. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

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    I'm running a D1SC Procharger, but on the stock 346ci LS1 aside from hardened push rods and upgraded valve springs. With 8psi and running a Alky Control Kit and FMIC, I put down 500rwhp through a M6 and 9" rear.
    It's stock.

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    Forgot to mention, I used 62-lb/hr Siemen injectors and the Racetronix Walbro 255lph fuel pump. You will likely need more than that though as that pump will probably be running close to max capacity on your setup, depending on how much boost you run.

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    Thank you for the insight. Are you running the twin hi flow intercoolers or the single?

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    I was told by two different well known builders/tuners that the twin intercoolers do not work very well and wouldn't support my HP. So, I went with a large front mount intercooler. I do not suggest the one from ATI. It's nice construction, but the fitment wasn't too good and where the filter is located coming off it needed to be rerouted. Not a huge deal in the overall scope of things, just more fab work. Other FMIC might pose the same issue. It's a very tight fit on the LS1 either way. Not sure if you'll have more room.

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    thinking of doing the D1SC myself this winter I have a ls3 427 all forged internals putting down 507 right now, with 8 pounds of boost what could I expect??

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