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Is a 190lph + NOS booster pump okay for 500rwhp?

I have a 190lph in tank pump and a NOS booster pump, is that enough for say 520 rwhp from a turbo application.


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Assuming a NOS booster pump is the same as a Kenne Belle BAP, I would say it would be close. I personally wouldn't do it.

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If I get a 255 pump should I lose the inline pump? The inline pump is similar to a T-Rex

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Do you know the flow rate on the NOS pusher pump?

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Do you know the flow rate on the NOS pusher pump?
No, I tried looking it up but couldnt find any info

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If that NOS unit is a fuel pump, then it will not work. I thought at first you were referring to something similiar to the Kenne Belle unit, which increases the voltage to the pump itself. You need a 255 lph pump at a minimum, and those frequently start running out of fuel near 500 rwhp, depending upon how much hp your drivetrain eats up. I run a walbro 255 lph in tank pump and a Kenne Belle BAP which easily handles 600 rwhp. Cheers.

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Well I found the pump
http://www.holley.com/15763NOS.asp

I calculated it out to 254lph so if I throw a 255pump in tank I should be all set.


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