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Question Which Fuel Pump???351 TWIN TURBO

I have BBK 255 in tank , would this be enough pump 15# boost , 42# injecters , Vortech Fuel Rails , if i need more pump please help with suggestions.............THANKS

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post #2 of 11 Old 02-14-2003, 06:15 PM
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I would go with a serious pump setup... i.e. aeromotive, weldon, etc.


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351turbo: do you have any pics of your setup and what turbos are you useing thanks

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15 pounds of boost through a 351, you might have to worry about the 42's being too small.
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IMO you need to replace the entire fuel system from the tank to the injectors. I agree with other that 42#'ers are not enough. Fifteen pounds of turbo boost on a 351W is going to make ALLOT of hp. I bet with a good tune you'll make over 600 rwhp and 600+ rwtq. That kind of power will show you allot of weak links in the drive train/rear suspension. It should be a scary fast ride once you get it up and running.

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If you would like to save money on a proven fuel system, then either of these would work for you. Mental Addiction Motorsports is running a GP on these systems currently.



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Preston: How much RWHP from a turbo car will that fuel system support?
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Preston: How much RWHP from a turbo car will that fuel system support?
A Stage 2 fuel system is capable of supporting 800HP from a forced induction car. You can easily upgrade the pump to an Eliminator or Pro Series pump to bring it over the 1000HP mark. The Stage 3 will support about 1000HP.
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How loud is your stage 3 system? Is it livable for a car that's going to see a LOT of highway miles?

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The Aeromotive pumps are NOT noise makers like the Weldons. Be careful in your choice if you go with a Weldon as a few of their pumps are not rated for continuous duty.
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