Fuel Pump Question

Discussion in 'RT/10 and GTS Discussions' started by BlackSnake99, Apr 13, 2012.

  1. BlackSnake99

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    Anybody know off the top of their head the flow capacity of the stock fuel pump in a '99?
     
  2. SingleMalt

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    Are you asking how much HP can the stock unit support or the actual flow number? You may want to talk to some tuners as the actual flow "figure" can be somewhat misleading.
     
  3. BlackSnake99

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    Actual flow numbers, please. I have a reason for needing it.
     
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    let me SEARCH for it. i know someone posted it a while back.
     
  5. BlackSnake99

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    Do you even HAVE a Viper?


    Since it's your turn to buy dinner next time I am going to drink. A LOT.
     
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    OoOoOoO Sick burn. LOL
     
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    ROFL!! :D






    lol
     
  8. plumcrazy

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    i cant find that dang thread. i think dan lesser and tony armour know the answer though.
     
  9. Jack B

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    I have seen it listed at 190 LPH.
     
  10. bluesrt

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    why, whats the problem?
     
  11. BlackSnake99

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    Really. I thought I recalled a higher rate, but I guess I was wrong. Thanks for the answer!

    No problem. I am upgrading to a Walbro 255 and a BAP for my new Roe set up and was just curious as to what the increase in output was. I thought I had heard that the increase in flow wasn't that much, but 190 to 255 seems like a reasonable improvement.
     
  12. bluesrt

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    ahh, have fun and be safe:drive:
     

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