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Old 06-18-2012, 04:42 PM   #1
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What would be the best way to upgrade from the racetronix hotwire kit and racetronix fuel pump to a dual pump? I am guessing follow the sticky on adding dual pumps and run additional wire to power a second pump then add a walbro fuel pump to the setup?

would running a walboro and racetronix pump together pose any issues?
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I'm running an external pump...Lonnies sells a kit and NastyN8 and Heintz Racing
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what i'm after is to retain the racetronix fuel pump and hot wire kit. then add a second pump inline to help pump more fuel. What would be a good way to go? i was thinking it would be easy to put it where the stock fuel filter is, then possibly add a regulator at the fuel rail as people say this helps respond quicker on high fuel demands.

would this work and how much would i really gain with a setup like this? Also what would be a good external pump to add inline? i would make it boost activated most likely.
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what i'm after is to retain the racetronix fuel pump and hot wire kit. then add a second pump inline to help pump more fuel. What would be a good way to go? i was thinking it would be easy to put it where the stock fuel filter is, then possibly add a regulator at the fuel rail as people say this helps respond quicker on high fuel demands.

would this work and how much would i really gain with a setup like this? Also what would be a good external pump to add inline? i would make it boost activated most likely.

I would call and speak with one of them to get your setup right.
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step 1.

call lonnie


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get money

step 3

send money and fuel bucket to lonnie

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