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Offline golf-sib

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Re: Stage 2 preparations..
« Reply #20 on: 22 March 2011, 19:54 »
Pretty sure the AGU injectors on full cycle at 4bar can easily cope with 260bhp... Any reason why you are interested in an intank pump?


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Re: Stage 2 preparations..
« Reply #21 on: 22 March 2011, 20:04 »
just replace the pump if weak and fuel filter. personally i would stick the LCR pump on anyway red injectors are probably overkill but will flow better. i assume that they will have to be fitted on the day so allow more time, if you fit them before you will probably risk running a bit rich.
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Re: Stage 2 preparations..
« Reply #22 on: 22 March 2011, 20:28 »
AGU injectors run 258cc injectors, so 440s are nearly doubling it lol


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Re: Stage 2 preparations..
« Reply #23 on: 22 March 2011, 20:33 »
AGU injectors run 258cc injectors, so 440s are nearly doubling it lol

Wouldn't upping it to 4bar increase flow rate though making them more than applicable for a 260bhp setup?


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Re: Stage 2 preparations..
« Reply #24 on: 22 March 2011, 20:41 »
why not just fit an inline pump?

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Re: Stage 2 preparations..
« Reply #25 on: 22 March 2011, 21:33 »
have looked at them but undecided if want anything else in the engine bay..

i only ask about injectors/pump as thats what Nick hinted at, if unneccesary i will sell and put funds towards remap.

just thought they may be a limiting factor..
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Re: Stage 2 preparations..
« Reply #26 on: 22 March 2011, 21:44 »
in line pump will be easy enough to rig up


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Re: Stage 2 preparations..
« Reply #27 on: 22 March 2011, 21:49 »
if tank one is tired though, possibility at 90k, how will that effect inline one?

How exactly does it work? I take it one in tank stays there?
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Re: Stage 2 preparations..
« Reply #28 on: 22 March 2011, 21:53 »
if tank one is tired though, possibility at 90k, how will that effect inline one?

How exactly does it work? I take it one in tank stays there?

it takes the load off the tank pump so less chance of it failing, just plugs onto the line, easy to fit

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Re: Stage 2 preparations..
« Reply #29 on: 22 March 2011, 21:55 »
if tank one is tired though, possibility at 90k, how will that effect inline one?

How exactly does it work? I take it one in tank stays there?

The old fuel pump becomes effectively the fuel pick-up and doesn't do the pumping, the in-line pump takes over