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I was doing a little research my self on this bc i was interested and this is what I have been finding.
"Originally Posted by 1st_gen_puller View Post
Is anyone running the blue chip fms or redline boxes and whats your opinions or even just if ya'll have heard anything bout them???? just curious
ive run the blue chip fms for about 4 years.. without a doubt one of the smoothest fueling boxes ive ever run..great power and i never had an issue with mine.. just recently took it off and put on an quad/adr just cuzz i was lookin for more"
most say that its reliability is not comparable, but it does not make the most power for them...
I would say if you want pure power then go with quad. jmo. But there are some reliability issues that are getting better every day.
00 24 valve. Hot rod vp, 7X.012 air dog 150, adrenaline with I-QUAD, k&n intake, glow shift gauges with fuel pressure, . 4'' into single 6" stack. Super B Special! Studs, duel spring valve springs and O-ringed head from FBD. SOLD...
1995 camaro: lsx 408, custom carb, big ole cam and a lot of nitrous!!! 😈
09 Dirtymax, EFI live, 4'' turbo back, BDS 7'' lift on 35s
00 QCLB Comp Hot unlock, FASS 150, Fass sump, 5'' exhaust, NV4500 SB DD, SD twins 62/71/14 over s475, SD mani. arp studs, South bend DD, CPP 7x14s, auto meter gauges, 110# springs, II vp44. Push rods, 188/220,
Last edited by Stevencritt; 03-22-2011 at 05:50 PM.