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Old 12-14-2007, 03:29 PM   #1
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i need a f/i pump for my ls/chevelle conv., and was looking at one of the "tanks" ones to install in my stock tank-what gph/psi would be good for this combo
d1sc procharger, 6.0 lq4, zo6 cam, 317 heads, forged pistons, ls6 intake-i am running a vette acces drive, with the procharger for that style-prob run 50# injectors
maybe a max of 10 lbs boost (intercooled)
they have several pumps, and i guess i would use an extenal fuel reg
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I run a 255 lph intank pump with a KB BAP. It has worked great.
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dual intank walbro's
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i will be running one of the belt drive fuel pumps.. you should check em out

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dual intank walbro's
I agree, dual intank Walbros would work just fine for the D-1SC. Bob
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I agree, dual intank Walbros would work just fine for the D-1SC. Bob
Are thse run into a Y or inline as a dual setup? Im thinking of dual externals, but is there way to know they are both working, or I guess if one quits before its too late? Or would it be better to go with one pump?
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They are y'd together inside the bucket, one runs all the time as one would normally and the other is triggered via a hobb's switch when boost comes on.

Contact loonies performance - http://www.lonniesperformance.com/
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bosche 044 is the one to have
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Old 12-19-2007, 08:41 PM   #9
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I would be glad to build you a dual intank setup for your application. The only problem may be the small hole in the top of the tank that the older cars had.

I also have a dual external setup that will definitely work.

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Or we can get you a sumped fuel tank (fits in your stock location) for a large external pump setup like our Race fuel kits. Lonnies will be doing a dual setup in a Tanks sender for a 64 Vette we are building the fuel system for. Great street route.

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