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post #16 of 19 Old November 30th, 2015, 04:50 PM Thread Starter
 
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Re: Replacement Fuel Pump Options ??

Thought I'd put a period on my original thread as there might be others who are looking for a new fuel system - In my case a 2014 Boosted 1000.

There are now any number of ways to resolve this issue -- I'll illustrate how I'm resolving this issue and I've gone the Ala Carte route -- More or less.

1st is the fuel rail. Thanks to Mike at Race Proven Motors (RPM) for their billet fuel rail.

I elected to go with a billet fuel pump hanger assembly instead of modifying the stock fuel pump assembly.

Here is a picture of the new fully assembled/truly plug-n-play fuel pump assembly custom built by Speed House Tuning:



In this next picture is the complete new fuel system (Kit) now offered by Speed House Tuning -- I elected to use the RPM rail though.



And for the eagle eye -- Yes there is one incorrect fitting in the above pic -- I used it to hold one component in place. I have the -6 SAE Male Adjustable Union along with one other fitting coming as the Union is very difficult to source but I found one.

Here is what it looks like at the tank - This is on another machine built by Speed House Tuning:



This new fuel system is both Gas and Alcohol compatible and is truly plug-n-play and replaces everything except the fuel tank.

In the end -- One can piece together a new fuel system or one can give a call to Speed House Tuning and they can put together the complete kit - Simply remove the old and install the new.

Edit:

Installed today -- Thought I'd post a few pic's.

Couple pic's of the new fully assembled rail:





At the tank:



Engine shot:



Gotta luv the new no tools fittings -- Sure beats the S/S braid hose I used to use.

Setting the fuel pressure now is a snap !! !!

Fuel pump is absolutely silent !!

Cycled the key 3 times to prime -- Fired immediately.

Hope this is of some benefit for those who might search the Forum in the future for a fuel system solution .. .. ..

FUN Times .. ..


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Re: Replacement Fuel Pump Options ??

I like it. I'm sure I will be looking for something in the future as I play with E85

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Re: Replacement Fuel Pump Options ??

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Thought I'd put a period on my original thread as there might be others who are looking for a new fuel system - In my case a 2014 Boosted 1000.

There are now any number of ways to resolve this issue -- I'll illustrate how I'm resolving this issue and I've gone the Ala Carte route -- More or less.

1st is the fuel rail. Thanks to Mike at Race Proven Motors (RPM) for their billet fuel rail.

I elected to go with a billet fuel pump hanger assembly instead of modifying the stock fuel pump assembly.

Here is a picture of the new fully assembled/truly plug-n-play fuel pump assembly custom built by Speed House Tuning:



In this next picture is the complete new fuel system (Kit) now offered by Speed House Tuning -- I elected to use the RPM rail though.



And for the eagle eye -- Yes there is one incorrect fitting in the above pic -- I used it to hold one component in place. I have the -6 SAE Male Adjustable Union along with one other fitting coming as the Union is very difficult to source but I found one.

Here is what it looks like at the tank - This is on another machine built by Speed House Tuning:



This new fuel system is both Gas and Alcohol compatible and is truly plug-n-play and replaces everything except the fuel tank.

In the end -- One can piece together a new fuel system or one can give a call to Speed House Tuning and they can put together the complete kit - Simply remove the old and install the new.

Edit:

Installed today -- Thought I'd post a few pic's.

Couple pic's of the new fully assembled rail:





At the tank:



Engine shot:



Gotta luv the new no tools fittings -- Sure beats the S/S braid hose I used to use.

Setting the fuel pressure now is a snap !! !!

Fuel pump is absolutely silent !!

Cycled the key 3 times to prime -- Fired immediately.

Hope this is of some benefit for those who might search the Forum in the future for a fuel system solution .. .. ..

FUN Times .. ..

Where you having issues with the SS braided line you were using before? I've got the rail and SS braided line from RPM and now I'm finding from more research that the stock rubber line may be best.

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Re: Replacement Fuel Pump Options ??

I know it a old thread but...for those that have gone to a bigger pump how much did it (if at all) effect your map? In the process of installing a Walbro 255 with Aeromotive regulator now.
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