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Old 05-16-2014, 02:05 AM   #1
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Boost a pump?

I am going to need more fuel and I don't want to pay for a termi tank or try modding my stock tank so I was looking into a kenne bell boost a pump but idk which I'll need, 20A or 40A, I have a full 99-01 cobra swap forged internals, full exhaust, 44lb trick flow injectors, procharger pushing 15psi and other mods but I'm just wondering which I should get and if it's difficult to install or not?Click image for larger version

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Old 05-16-2014, 07:04 AM   #2
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You should get a 280lph pump with the BAP if your going that route, and I would not let the gas level go below half a tank,
It's possible you can run lean and blow your motor.
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Eh... a built 4V with a procharger is going to need a pretty serious fuel system. The sentence "I don't want to pay" in the OP's post is not something that should really come into play when you are talking about this sort of setup and power level.

Twin supercar pumps, a BAP etc... I'd even go so far as to say do a triple pump setup so if one fails the other two still can feed enough fuel to the system. Surge tanks are always a good idea too if you are putting out a lot of power.
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I made the mistake of doing a 5th gear pull when the car was still a procharged 2V on 8 psi and well let's just say it didn't end very well... And now I'm on the home stretch of getting the 4V swap finished and it's not firing on one side of the motor for some reason and fuels the only thing I can think of that it'd be because it likes to switch sides on the miss that's happening because it's either all of bank 1 or all of bank 2 Click image for larger version

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Yikes!!!

Yeah, you don't want that happening again!
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I made the mistake of doing a 5th gear pull when the car was still a procharged 2V on 8 psi and well let's just say it didn't end very well... And now I'm on the home stretch of getting the 4V swap finished and it's not firing on one side of the motor for some reason and fuels the only thing I can think of that it'd be because it likes to switch sides on the miss that's happening because it's either all of bank 1 or all of bank 2 Attachment 156955Attachment 156956Attachment 156957
The badges cost you your motor.

Do not cheap out on fuel.

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Bought the car how is was badges and all and I wasn't going to take the time to put GT badges back on it when I was already planning on cobra swapping it when I bought it
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