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Old December 9th, 2009, 02:28 PM
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Clark Bowen
1969 Series 2a/OM617 Bugeye 88"
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High Flow Fuel Pump

anyone tried one of these?
I have new injectors, low- mid cam and modified Tornado chip on a new 4.6 litre motor.


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1970 LR Series 2A Bugeye BenzOver
2001 GMC 2500 4wd
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Old December 9th, 2009, 09:47 PM
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Bill Adams
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Stay away from this asian crap. The standard issue fuel pump is plenty. Even a 4.6 is pretty low demand for the stock fuel pump. You'd have to be flowing over 900cfm with 30lbs/h nozzles before the Rover pump would start to wheeze.
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