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03-14-2012 07:09 PM
Paladin sure thing mike. oh and a found a dual pillar pod instead of a triple for 60 bucks on the board here. score!

may ahve to change the title soon, lol.
03-14-2012 04:56 PM
Rudel Stock fuel rail is fine. IIRC, you will need a 101.5' belt. Do double check though.
03-13-2012 12:52 AM
Paladin thanks guys that was the info i was looking for. at least i know i dont ahve to upgrade the fuel pump. and the stock rail should more than suffice correct? or should i look at picking up a different rail to help the injectors out a bit.

ive got two more things to get. a new serpbelt (that's big enough) and a diablo mafia and i'll be ready to start tuning this. oh and a single gauge pod. for my wideband. i'm going oldschool wit hteh boost and knock gauges and simple drilling small holes on the dash skin.
03-12-2012 09:56 PM
ZXthrizzle05 as said above that will not drop into the canister
03-12-2012 12:59 PM
1turbofocus The stock pump may do whats needed by it self with a ProC , the B-A-P added will be plenty if the sock and filter is up to par

Tom
03-12-2012 09:08 AM
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i'm going to be procharging my focus svt and i will be running 60 lbhr injectors.
i currently have a kenne bell boosta pump but i'm a bit leery of cutting and splicing wires (not that i wont if i have to) ive been looking at dropping in one of those 255 lph in tank fuel pumps. but ive got a question that i hope can be answered. the main one being if this will supply enough fuel for the car to run properly. i'll be using 91-93 octane fuel (i ahve both available with or without ethanol mixed in, guess i'm lucky) and at most it'll be pushing about 16 psi at redline. i do autocross and lapping days with the car and it's currently my daily. i'm trying to get the most reliable setup possible and ithink this may be a better option than wiring in a boosta pump.
A 255 pump will not drop into the factory canister.
03-12-2012 04:32 AM
Paladin
in tank fuel pump question for the tuning gurus

i'm going to be procharging my focus svt and i will be running 60 lbhr injectors.
i currently have a kenne bell boosta pump but i'm a bit leery of cutting and splicing wires (not that i wont if i have to) ive been looking at dropping in one of those 255 lph in tank fuel pumps. but ive got a question that i hope can be answered. the main one being if this will supply enough fuel for the car to run properly. i'll be using 91-93 octane fuel (i ahve both available with or without ethanol mixed in, guess i'm lucky) and at most it'll be pushing about 16 psi at redline. i do autocross and lapping days with the car and it's currently my daily. i'm trying to get the most reliable setup possible and ithink this may be a better option than wiring in a boosta pump.

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