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Old 12-31-2013, 03:04 PM   #15
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call up Andy at ADM...order ZL1 pump & FPCM module from him. Under $500 shipped if I remember right. He will give your tuner the mapping needed to be changed for the FPCM (fuel pump control module). It's all plug and play. Yes, adding a boost a pump would cover you around that number but it may not be needed. I didn't need it, but if I pulley'd down, it would cover me and take me to just under 700whp.
I personally like the lower boost level knowing I can beat on it at will and knowing that nothing is really in 'excess'.
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call up Andy at ADM...order ZL1 pump & FPCM module from him. Under $500 shipped if I remember right. He will give your tuner the mapping needed to be changed for the FPCM (fuel pump control module). It's all plug and play. Yes, adding a boost a pump would cover you around that number but it may not be needed. I didn't need it, but if I pulley'd down, it would cover me and take me to just under 700whp.
I personally like the lower boost level knowing I can beat on it at will and knowing that nothing is really in 'excess'.
So you would recommend the same setup you have for mine if I'm reading correctly?
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Looks that way. 650rwhp limit for the ZL1 pump for most apps.
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Old 12-31-2013, 05:33 PM   #18
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Just assess your goals with the car. $500 vs $900. 650whp vs 800whp. Make it a mod u do once...ya know?
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Old 01-01-2014, 12:06 AM   #20
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When I first got my car done I used a stock pump, and BAP with meth. It put me at 641rwhp. With a retune after a header install I made 684rwhp. The only problem I ran into was that at WOT I could feel the car starving for fuel. Shortly after, when the ZL1 pumps were available, another car went down to ECS, The ZL1 pump, BAP and meth made 800rwhp. So to answer your question, yes your budget parts will easily support 650 rwhp. Ultimately the Squash is hands-down the best system out there, second would be the LPE/ADM twin pump. What you're looking to do will be good for you.
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Looks that way. 650rwhp limit for the ZL1 pump for most apps.
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When I first got my car done I used a stock pump, and BAP with meth. It put me at 641rwhp. With a retune after a header install I made 684rwhp. The only problem I ran into was that at WOT I could feel the car starving for fuel. Shortly after, when the ZL1 pumps were available, another car went down to ECS, The ZL1 pump, BAP and meth made 800rwhp. So to answer your question, yes your budget parts will easily support 650 rwhp. Ultimately the Squash is hands-down the best system out there, second would be the LPE/ADM twin pump. What you're looking to do will be good for you.

Thanks guys, I definitely know exactly what setup I want now, that is aligned with my power goals.
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