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stock supply line will not support the flow of that pump.
 

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That's a nice pump.
 

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anything over 500hp should have a a real fuel system
 

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anything over 500hp should have a a real fuel system
What is this statement based on? 500 hp isnt alot of power these days, and shouldnt cost alot to support, honestly. Plus plenty of cars have gone to 500 and beyond with simple fuel systems.
 

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What I find interesting is that chart....

Test was done at 13.5 volts...

If your still using a FMU this pump should be perfect..

Where I do agree you should use larger lines, This pump will give a good safety margin
for a large majority of us boost guys.
 

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Do you think that pump with -8 and -6 for the rest of the system would support 650rwh?
 

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What is this statement based on? 500 hp isnt alot of power these days, and shouldnt cost alot to support, honestly. Plus plenty of cars have gone to 500 and beyond with simple fuel systems.
what is based on... experience. i made 550rwhp/500rwtq with my novi2000 on a stock shortblock, this is like 6-7 years ago, and later leaned out hard and damaged the rings as i had a small kink in the factory lines, which were already marginal to begin with at that power level. the fact was that someone with more experience told me i should get a real fuel system at that power level and i didn't...

so i learned the hard way by buying a new and real fuel system and a new motor at the same time :salute:
 

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Do you think that pump with -8 and -6 for the rest of the system would support 650rwh?
You sir, are wondering the same thing I am. lol.
Keeping the stock hanger assembly/tank/ no external pump would be awesome.
 

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If my math is correct, (if and only if) , that pump is just 20 liters per hour short of a A1000 pump at the same voltage. So if my thinking is correct, with the supporting lines it should be able to support some pretty big numbers. Voltage, pressure, and volume all come into play.


Anyone else?
 

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these are a limited production pump until they go into full production from what aeromotive says when you call them. i ordered mine today from anderson ford. only select places will get them to sale if you want one you better get put on the list to have one reserved. just my .02
 

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If my math is correct, (if and only if) , that pump is just 20 liters per hour short of a A1000 pump at the same voltage. So if my thinking is correct, with the supporting lines it should be able to support some pretty big numbers. Voltage, pressure, and volume all come into play.


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to get the pressure the OP wants, the pump would have to be dead headed ie NO flow.
 

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What pressure are we talking about here?

I'm assuming we're talking about a blower car here, with the pressure being around 55psi at full boogie and 13.5 volts. According to Aero's data, it puts the pump around the 300lph mark
 

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my bad, wrong thread, another poster with a fmu 125-150psig.

continue.
 

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Ordered one. I ordered from Lightning Motorsports and they will receive the first batch next monday.
 
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