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Old 07-12-2013, 05:31 PM   #1
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Default Quick fuel pump question

The car i have once had a supercharger, NOS, and 30 lb injectors. I wanted to check what size fuel pump is in it so i took loose the fuel line at the rail and jumpered the relay so the pump would fill a half gallon container. It filled it in 30 secs, making it run 1 gal/min or 60 gal/hr. This equates to about 227 lph. Am i correct in assuming this is at least a 190 lph pump? Or is it just pushing so much because of no restriction?
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You're right. You need more injector though, from the sounds of it. Unless your NOS is a wet kit.
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It doesnt have that motor or the nos. good to know i wont need to pull the tank though. thanks
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It doesnt have that motor or the nos. good to know i wont need to pull the tank though. thanks
it takes 10 min max to drop the tank
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