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Old 03-06-14, 17:58   #1
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e85 fuel setup

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what kind of fuel pumps or how many pumps running wit e85 setup
over 450rwkw +
massive single or dual

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Old 03-06-14, 19:50   #2
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2x 044's, -8 feed and return.
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Old 03-06-14, 19:55   #3
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cheers, do you run any filters befor the 044 pumps ?
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Old 03-06-14, 19:59   #4
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i would run a big single, less fittings and hose to buy and easier to install.
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Old 03-06-14, 20:19   #5
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that's what im looking at big single . is it 2 pumps and if 1 pump if fails does more engine damage than a single ?

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i run a big single and i found it pretty much 2k for complete fuel setup
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Old 03-06-14, 20:45   #7
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Have a look at the holley dominator 1400 or 1800 . You can set it up to run as a single and have the second pump to come when on boost.
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Old 03-06-14, 21:43   #8
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better to just run a single aeromotive pump with -10an lines...
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magnafuel protuner looks good
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Old 03-06-14, 22:26   #10
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up to you what one but i know i run the aeromotive and never had an issue
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Have a look at the holley dominator 1400 or 1800 . You can set it up to run as a single and have the second pump to come when on boost.
I'm using a Holley dominator 1400 solid mounted and its quiet and works so well.
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Old 04-06-14, 19:14   #12
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I'm using a Holley dominator 1400 solid mounted and its quiet and works so well.
is the pump streetable ?
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I have been told they are not as noisy as most pumps and having the option of running one pump for cruising and second pump on demand means your fuel is not running hot. Best thing is it looks like a single pump.
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the only thing about dual stage pumps is if it ****s up you will lean out up top end.... the aeromotive i have is the biggest they have and i have never heated up the fuel even going on 1 1/2 hour drives.... the only down fall to it is it is very noisey
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Old 04-06-14, 20:51   #15
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so its safer wit single pump than 2 pumps
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I would of thought having a second pump would be better then running a single if you had worse case scenario of a pump failure.
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no im talking about the pump with the second stage in it for higher rpm and boost,,,
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This is under my boot floor pan, with the 1400 holley dominator, I've got an RPM cut for low fuel pressure, engine temp and overboost - so the engine's safe to give hell.
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Old 05-06-14, 16:57   #19
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Reason I went with the new holley billet pumps is it came highly recommended by fuelworx and aftermarket industries who install these on most of their high HP cars.
Same pump is installed on cutsik burnout car.
Price is also very competitive to most single large fuel pumps.
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whats everyone input wit the 2x044 straight to the cell sump
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well you run basically the same engine combo as mine and i made 600rwkw with my basic fuel setup and i have room to spare... up to you at the end of the day we can only give some advice...
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Old 05-06-14, 22:10   #22
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I know too many options,
thanks cheers
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Old 06-06-14, 15:06   #23
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I run the same as Kirk big single aeromotive A1000 with -8 feed & return easy as to set up
put a 100 micron filter before the fuel pump its noisy as fck thou no dramas on the street at all mainly what mine is used for
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Old 06-06-14, 15:20   #24
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I run the same as Kirk big single aeromotive A1000 with -8 feed & return easy as to set up
put a 100 micron filter before the fuel pump its noisy as fck thou no dramas on the street at all mainly what mine is used for
How did you find yours with heating up the fuel? I run Teflon -10 feed and return and have no issues.... I think yours is the 1200hp version and I wouldn't think you would have an issue seeing I run the 2000hp and I don't even heat the fuel....
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Old 06-06-14, 19:08   #25
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is the pump streetable ?
yep, they are very popular in the states..look at yellowbullet.com
pulled apart they just look like 2 walbros in a casing..
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