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Old 08-27-2007, 05:10 PM
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high presure fuel pump and fuel injectors ( 300 psi)

For my liqued propane injection project I'm looking for some parts.
I need a high presure fuel pump 300 psi more is better.
A belt driven pump will also be fine as I could start the engine on gas and switch over to propane after startup.
Also I need fuel injectors that can handle the high presure an have enough flow
Where can I find these parts????

Remco
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Old 08-27-2007, 05:37 PM
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300 psi is fighter jet turbine engine territory.
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ya u defiantly do not need 300 psi.
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yea, 300 psi is crazy, but if you must. there is 1 aeromotive fuel pump that can pump up to 500 psi I think, but it's gonna set you back over $600
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Did you take a look at either of the 2 links that I posted in your other thread?
This thread comes up near the top with a search for "propane"
http://www.eng-tips.com/viewthread.c...=129931&page=8
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