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Old 12-30-2012, 01:09 PM   #1
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Fuel Pump Options

I know you can buy a ZL1 fuel pump and drop it in but I am curious to what all my options are on other fuel pumps I can choose from. Does anyone know all the ones for sale out there and who sells them?
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Old 12-30-2012, 01:24 PM   #2
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More Importantly What are you Looking to accomplish? What are your goals/Limits. That will determine the answer you seek.
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Old 12-30-2012, 01:32 PM   #3
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all depends on your HP goals. anything about 600whp a dual pump is recommended by most. LPE,squash,etc.
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Old 12-30-2012, 05:19 PM   #4
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Have it. Love it. Andy is a heck of a guy too. Unless I go for more than 1200 or so rwhp, I wont need another fuel setup.
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well I am running about 600 RWHP on 5.5 pounds of boost and I was thinking of going to 8 pounds of boost by changing the pully and I need a fuel pump that can handle 700 to 1000 RWHP


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Old 12-30-2012, 08:00 PM   #6
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well I am running about 600 RWHP on 5.5 pounds of boost and I was thinking of going to 8 pounds of boost by changing the pully and I need a fuel pump that can handle 700 to 1000 RWHP

that isnt the zl1 pump.

go squash or lingenfelter.
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Old 01-08-2013, 08:42 PM   #7
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I am looking for a fuel pump I can just drop in. I dont mind a little work but I dont want run new lines and all the crazy stuff
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I am looking for a fuel pump I can just drop in. I dont mind a little work but I dont want run new lines and all the crazy stuff
The LPE won't do much of 800 rwhp from what I understand.

The current Squash offering is return style. The current camaro configuration is return less so its more than dropping it in. Squash is working on a returnless but I don't know what that eta is.
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well I am running about 600 RWHP on 5.5 pounds of boost and I was thinking of going to 8 pounds of boost by changing the pully and I need a fuel pump that can handle 700 to 1000 RWHP
You're getting 600hp at 5.5psi? Stock motor?
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I am looking for a fuel pump I can just drop in. I dont mind a little work but I dont want run new lines and all the crazy stuff
Do you have a price range? That makes a difference too. You can start off with the LPE at just about $1,000 or go more in depth and spend about $1500 on something more elaborate.
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You're getting 600hp at 5.5psi? Stock motor?
That's what I thought. Plus with the stock fuel pump. Has to have at least a bap.
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Old 01-08-2013, 09:22 PM   #12
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Old 01-08-2013, 10:18 PM   #13
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That's what I thought. Plus with the stock fuel pump. Has to have at least a bap.
His garage write-up indicates TVS 2300 and comp blower cam, do not think that would be 600rwhp with 5.5 psi
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His garage write-up indicates TVS 2300 and comp blower cam, do not think that would be 600rwhp with 5.5 psi
Perhaps 600 at the FW.
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Perhaps 600 at the FW.
That would be my guess. If that is the case, he would need bigger injectors before a fuel pump. To get to 1000 hp, he will need most likely more thn 8 psi. To get to 750 fwhp, SLP was at 10 PSI and a 427 engine. Hate to see someone waste money on something they may not need. I am currently at 8 psi with 1:85 rockers and headers and 52 pound injectors stock pump - running out of fuel at high rpm. Will upgrade injectors and pump, but stuck at 540 rwhp.
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I'm selling a used dual pump for 600. Would be good for 800ish and probably the easiest to install and most cost effective.
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well I am running about 600 RWHP on 5.5 pounds of boost and I was thinking of going to 8 pounds of boost by changing the pully and I need a fuel pump that can handle 700 to 1000 RWHP

Hey I know you !!! .. And yes the car does make about 600rwhp from what I do recall. We put this one together before I closed down my old shop in North NJ, numbers were on a Dynojet 224x. There was no ZL1 pump or ADM FPCM at that point.. Really only choice was BAP.

As per fuel systems... You can go with the ADM or LPE twin CTS-V systems, they do support a good amount of fuel for what your goals are. The Squash system is really nice (I'm installing one now) but it does require to run new fuel lines as of right now it is a return-style system only.

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If you are willing to hold out 4 weeks or so, the Squash RETURNLESS system will be available!
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If you're looking to go for that range, go with Jessika@SCC, excellent customer service and I guarantee you will not be sorry
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