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Old 05-25-2013, 03:16 PM   #1
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Fuel pump?

Just was wondering if any of have had one of them walbro fuel pumps on the 99-04 GT's. was wondering if they supported up to 600 hp like it says. My fuel pump quit on me, I'm getting a supercharger around end of July didn't know if I could go ahead and get a fuel pump that will support the charger but just use it on just motor so I could have it ready for when j get ghe supercharger instead of during it twice. I'm new here so any help & info would be awesome. Thanks y'all!!
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I have heard about people using secondary fuel pumps, is that an option?
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I have a 255 lph in my 89. Running 550hp. Will have to upgrade to run 650@15 psi
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Yeah I had 255 when I had a sq-trim and it leaned out and burnt a hole in my piston. Sold it saving up for k.bell. Just trying to get something to keep that from happening again. If y'all think or hear of anything I should get let me know if y'all don't mind. Hoping there's a single pump that I can just swap out and use my tank instead of having to get cobra tank and pumps. If not guess I 'll be looking for one of them. Thanks for the help.
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I single GT super car pump and BAP turned all the way up will support 450-500rwhp. Anything over 500 you really should run twin pumps and its not a bad idea to upgrade fuel feed to 8an. I always tell people you want way more fuel system than motor. Never go cheap on the fuel system because when you go cheap you will pay for it in the end. IE new engine
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I single GT super car pump and BAP turned all the way up will support 450-500rwhp. Anything over 500 you really should run twin pumps and its not a bad idea to upgrade fuel feed to 8an. I always tell people you want way more fuel system than motor. Never go cheap on the fuel system because when you go cheap you will pay for it in the end. IE new engine
The two fuel lines that run up to the motor guessing the smaller line is the return line? Where does the bigger line connect up front at. Never done this before. What, I will just new hose and mount it where the fuel lines are now and just run it just like it set up now to the tank or what I need to do. Man, I will preciate the crap out of this. I sure I can do it just dont know where fuel line is running to. Holla back if u get a chance. Thanks!!
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These cars have a returnless fuel system you only have one feed line and no return. Get underneath the fuel tank and follow the line from the fuel filter forward. You can run the new feed line zip tied next to the original one. The best fuel feed line is XRP but if you are more on a budget the aeroquip star lite race hose is good too. The XRP hose is around 38 a foot and the Aeroquip is around 8 a foot.
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Ok. So that smaller line must be the brake lines. Hate to keep bugging you with this just trying to get it all figured out,but do I just connect it to the line going in the side of the fuel rail somehow. And after that just need to get cobra tank and pumps and connect all my tank lines to the cobra tank Cause feed line goes from filter to front. Right? If that's right think I got it. Ok man. Thanks again.
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