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      08-29-2013, 08:49 PM   #45
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any updates on this, or dead project?
The company I hired to make a drop in billet bucket with single of dual pumps dropped the ball. For now it's dead. But plenty of lpfp options exist.
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      08-29-2013, 10:35 PM   #46
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They can flow well over 1000cc/min. Why would they need to be upgraded (ever)?
Holy shit, our stock injectors can flow well over 1000cc?
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Holy shit, our stock injectors can flow well over 1000cc?
depends on the pressure differential between the fuel rail and combustion chamber.
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      08-29-2013, 11:07 PM   #48
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The company I hired to make a drop in billet bucket with single of dual pumps dropped the ball. For now it's dead. But plenty of lpfp options exist.
That sucks.

I was thinking about the bucket under the drivers rear seat, what exactly does the bucket do? Can it be modified to add another pump in series instead of trying to stick 2 pumps in the one bucket? If that is a return fuel line bucket then i can see why it wouldn't be an option.
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      08-30-2013, 01:24 PM   #49
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The company I hired to make a drop in billet bucket with single of dual pumps dropped the ball. For now it's dead. But plenty of lpfp options exist.
Is this the one that was almost done a while ago? Remember some rumblings about one near complete as we were looking into fabricating one...

Agree though, after some preliminary investigation myself one of the other options (or even simpler an inline version) is probably the way to go due to cost and the even higher problematic HPFP capacity issues.

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