Here is a few shots of the assembled unit, ready to be wired and fitted with pumps. Testing should commence by the end of the week, so look for some updates around that time. The rumored price for the unit by itself with pumps is $750.00 (the pumps wired with external leads, wiring harness not included but will be included in future kits and also avialable seperately).
too bad it's never seen once it's installed . . . beautiful piece.
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What pumps will this be using?
If only two pumps what is max RWHP it can handle on race fuel/pump gas?
426 STROKER 11.5CR built by Ding's. INERTIA STROKER CAM, Paramount Trans/TransBrake/TC/FLEX/DS/8.8 Differential with 4.10 gears, rwhp 758/ 731 rwtq
PB N/A 10.948 @ 124 w/-200DA
Nitrous PB 10.19 @ 136 MPH
Walbro 400 LPH Performance Fuel Pump - shopHEMI.com
RWHP testing is underway; should be no less then 1200 but could max out at 1500. Stay tuned...
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no basket? definately an impressive looking piece. really digging the clean wire harness/plugs. i assume this will be like other set ups with no basket and user will need to keep some fuel in the tank to cool the pumps, unless i am missing something.
Very Nice! Does the siphon from the passenger side still work? Where does the fuel return to?
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As far as needing the basket to hold fuel for cooling, it is not needed for these pumps. The fuel passing through them is sufficient. (GreatQuestion legmaker)
The design has its own venturi pump built within the system which will connect to the line from the opposite side of the tank for the current return on the factory venturi pump. We are currently in process ofvalidating our calculations for flow based on our internal dimensions for theventuri pump to make sure that we meet and or exceed the needs for theapplication. The new hat will need its own dedicated -8AN fuel line and thefactory line can be used for the return. This system will require an external regulatorthat can be set to the desired pressures based on the need. (Great QuestionHemitech)
We expect to be able to support most HP applications upto 1500HP at the flywheel with this system. There will be technical directions with eachunit we ship that will detail out the full installation to help prevent or minimizeany questions or issue with installation. I have spent a lot time on the unitto try and avoid any unexpected issues that might come about. But also like tohear the questions of our consumers to make sure that we try to think of everypossible scenario. Thanks for the questions and I will try to answer any otherquestions ASAP. I am not on very often due to my time is spent mostly on designand manufacturing. Thanks for everyone’s interests.
Last edited by JoeH; 03-22-2012 at 05:16 PM.
A work of art.
Looks like an excellent design.
I assume these can be coated to work with E85?
High Comp 392.
In regards to the E85 we are going to be making a version just for this application that will be coated. With high Ethanol applications, the consumption will go up and I have another version that I am working on that is being finished up currently on the design side for the larger builds in excess of 1500HP. This unit can also be used in the non Ethanol applications that need above 1500HP support.
Is the other piggyback type fuel pump set up still going to be sold? I need a fuel pump set up to run with E85 but i wont be making anywhere near a thousand HP