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Old 02-19-2020, 09:39 PM   #10

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Originally Posted by JANNETTYRACING View Post
I would recommend DSX, His pump control system is far superior to Hobbs switch.

With a hobbs switch you will get a sudden hard surge in fuel pressure, which causes all kinds of tuning nightmares of which no one talks about or do not care that it happens.

When the fuel pressure swings wildly you get rich and lean surges that follow.

At the end of the day it is not the pump itself, it is the quality of the fittings hose and control system that sets them apart.

Never skimp on fuel system, most engine failures can be linked to lack of fuel supply.

Originally Posted by AGP Turbo View Post
Wow, I didn't even notice that till you mentioned it. Sudden on/off with no fuel pressure regulator. Seems like typical trash sold today with no thought or standards behind it. But it's cheap so they'll sell tons.
So, as long as their is a pressure regulator in the system the rich/lean spikes wouldn't be that much of a concern?
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