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    aftermarket fuel pumps

    i am looking to ugprade my fuel system for the next round of mods i have figured out in my head. are the walbro pumps a good choice, running a dual 255 setup, maybe triple if i decide to put e85 through it. or do you suggest another company?? thanks in advance!


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    Re: aftermarket fuel pumps

    They are a good pump. But for two in a custom set up for this car is going to be $1200+ and tripple is $1500ish. You trying for over 600 rw??

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    Re: aftermarket fuel pumps

    im thinking about trying e85. so not really the power thats the problem, its the volume of fuel needed. lol. the stock is still good for now, but want to stay ahead of any issues that could pop up.

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    Re: aftermarket fuel pumps

    Even on e85 I still don't think your going to make big power like in other boosted
    Cars. That's why I tried meth/corn and it was not worth the $$$
    To do it. Running E85 in the tank is going to be very expensive and not good for a dd car. It does not like to start when be low 50*. 3 good friends run it. 335i BMW /Buick gn / Nissan GTR. The BMW and GTR are dd. and they have lots of starting issues in the cold. The BMW was from tx now lives in md. Just some things to think abought.

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    Re: aftermarket fuel pumps

    Stick with the stock pump and put a boost a pump on it if necessary. Way cheaper and easier. It will be more reliable too. Changing the configuration with multiple pumps is always problematic in the long run. I've been running a bap on mine for three years now with no problems.

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    Re: aftermarket fuel pumps

    Cool. Thanks!!


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