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Old 08-12-2013, 07:01 PM
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How much fuel can hpfp handle?

As the title says. Got a KEM 310 tune and want to know how much I can throw at her until she goes
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I read the title and i'm not sure what you're asking, I know that until you upgrade turbos you aren't touching your fuel limits.
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I read the title and i'm not sure what you're asking, I know that until you upgrade turbos you aren't touching your fuel limits.
+1 unless you have a top to bottom built motor and upgraded turbo/s I wouldn't bother. There's better things to invest in such as a full egr delete, waste gate, head studs, etc.
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Old 08-15-2013, 04:17 AM
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As the title says. Got a KEM 310 tune and want to know how much I can throw at her until she goes
You're fine with your 310 tune. The pump will need to be modded, or you will have to run a dual set-up if you want big nozzles, cutom tunes and huge turbos. You can run 600+ HP with the stock pump. I believe once you get into the high 650+ HP you will need more fuel.
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The stock HPFP is fine. If anything I would add an airdog to keep the fuel clean and free of air and to make sure the HPFP would be getting plenty of fuel.
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The stock HPFP is fine. If anything I would add an airdog to keep the fuel clean and free of air and to make sure the HPFP would be getting plenty of fuel.
Very good advice.
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