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Old 07-26-2008, 10:57 AM   #1
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Default 1st gen turbo fuel system questions.

hey rob i emailed you this but got no response probably busy and have tons of emails.

so i figured i would ask this here so others would not have to email you these question. first i would like to say id love to send my car to you to have it setup but the shipping would cost me way to much.

i know to turbo my car i would need a new fuel pump and regulator. i know you sell the Mallory Fuel Pressure Regulator, that has a 1:1 rising rate for boost.
so iam set with what regulator i need.

but what do i do with my fuel pump, i have yet to find a drop in replacement for my gas tank and would not want have to run a fuel cell. i figure i would have to drop my fuel tank any ways to run the return lines. but my real question is this could i use my stock fuel pump and then use a Aeromotive In-line EFI Electric Fuel Pump, P/N 11109. the way i read the specs on there web site it seems i can put this after my intake pump to get more fuel or am i miss reading some thing.
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Old 09-15-2008, 11:35 AM   #2
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what year, model is your car?

if its a 78-85 model your fuel pump is external, behind the driver seat and back about a foot. its covered bu a mounting bracket .. its not a in tank pump system
you can use a msd efi pump, a walbro 255 external pump or even a bosch 044..

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