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Anybody do twin Bosch 044's aka 420 pumps intank ??

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Old 05-05-2009, 01:37 PM   #1
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Default Anybody do twin Bosch 044's aka 420 pumps intank ??

Just like the title says. Im looking to see if it can fit in the stock tank and what is needed to do it. I would appreciate pics or links if you have them. Thanks again.
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good luck, i think its too tight to fit just one 044 in beside a walbro

prove me wrong please!
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ive got one 044 and am going to try and add a walbro...the bosch is so much taller i think getting them y'ed might be tough, if thats the case im just gonna do the 2 walbros
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I was thinking of having the 2 pumps in the tank and 2 outlets coming from top of sender in the tank. Then at a good spot put the Y and filter. Then a single #10 OR #12 line to the front of car Y off again to the rails. Use the stock feed as the return after a aeromotive regulator. I just wonder if the pumps are too big to fitt in the hole and on the sender.
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