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Old 06-25-10, 06:27 AM
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What fuel pump(s) to run.R

Lets say with 220lb/hr secondaries and 190lb/hr primaries flowing E85. What pump would be the best? I know theres gonna be favorites of different folks. But what would get the job done without being at its limits? Again, lets just say like 750-800hp. No, Im not shooting for that kind of power. But its better to be safe then sorry. Cause running out of fuel wouldnt be good.
A pair of Mk4 Toyota pumps? A pair GTR Nissan pumps?
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Old 06-25-10, 07:09 AM
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aeromotive a1000 and you only need one, im happy with my SX18203 which is also only one.
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yeah, but $1000+ for a pump. And knowing my luck, it will take a poopy on me after a month! ahaha
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And also, because I dont wanna start a new thread.
Bridged 13b, fuel system being talked about, GT40-42 sized turbo, 600hp.
Should E85 be able to cover it? Id love to run everything on an obtainable pump fuel, even at high boost settings. E98 would be enough, but I cant obtain it with a snap of my fingers, and buying 55 gal drums wouldnt be a good idea, cause I wouldnt run high boost enough, and I wouldnt wanna leave gas sitting around for too long, in case I didnt use it all, then wind up wasting money on fuel I wont use up.
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neither of those pumps cost that much the sx is $280 where as the aeromotive I think runs around $300.
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Oops, my bad on that one. Ive been up all night and Im kinda out of it. lol
How loud is that A1000? Ive heard they get a little noisy.
The car being On the street 90% of the time, even with full interior, hearing that noise isnt something Id enjoy. haha!
But Im sure my catless N1 exhaust will be rather loud too.
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they are pretty loud, but you get used to it.
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I guess I would get used to it. Rx7's do tend to make a few annoying noises anyway.
And Im assuming my exhaust will drown out the noise, other then at idle. But that wouldnt be the end of the world.
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