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Old 10-30-2012, 10:05 PM
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so..... to get back on track. What do you guys think of either an aeromotive or walbro 255 lph universal intank pump along with the aeromotive regulator I posted earlier? Assuming I will run a carb for now and upgrade down the road to an efi setup either TBI or MPFI that will both need around 45psi and need it to support at least a 400hp engine. I will modify the current pickup to accept the 3/8" feed and return. Will a 255 lph handle this?
a 255lph pump will handle close to 500hp at fuel injection presures
at carb presure levels they will flow even more
tbi presur elevels will be slightly less then carb

i have a flow sheet for the areomotive 340lph pumps ill post up so u can see how much more a fi pump will flow at low presure

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thanks for the reply project89. I will probably pull apart my old pump and see if the hole is offest or on center and maybe ask my g/f for one of walboro's 255 lph pumps for christmas along with that regulator. Then just gotta look into modifying the connections on the top of my tank. Im pretty sure I have got enough room to maybe have my buddy TIG some AN fittings onto the top of the pickup but idk I will have to check to make sure.
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