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    1. Member 10sec-rabbit's Avatar
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      01-16-2012 09:29 PM #1
      Seems to streamline a dual 044 install but will the outlet manifold be a bottle neck?

      Likewise do you rely on the oem pump+screen for a pre-filter of sorts?

      Planning on using id2k injectors at what point do you need -10 feed on E-85 ?

      Who`s using this?

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      01-17-2012 01:53 AM #2
      Dont know why they're not using a -10 fitting or give the option at least, if anything you can replace the fitting with a -10 fitting

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      01-17-2012 10:09 AM #3
      make a surge tank. i personally run a factory tank with a factory pump to a surge tank w/ 2 044s with -8 line. simple and yet effective!

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      01-17-2012 11:48 AM #4
      If you do go with the IE surge tank you can skip the outlet manifold and run two outlet lines to a "Y". -8 will be plenty.
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      01-17-2012 03:57 PM #5
      the 044 is ment to be an in line pump... not in a "tank". i ran a regular surge tank to the 044s like todd... no problems. that setup hasnt been prooven in my opinion

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      01-17-2012 07:05 PM #6
      Thanks All good points, Home brew is more my style anyway.

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      01-17-2012 07:11 PM #7
      I believe in the ie surge tank i run it in my mk4 and even mounted upside down like in.my car at 700 whp on e85 the dash 8 feed is perfect and i still have.tons of fuel to throw at it
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      01-17-2012 09:47 PM #8
      i use the plates mounted into a custom cell.
      dual -8AN to a T with single -10AN out.
      used to use a Y fitting with SS 1/2" hard tubing but i redid some things.
      E-85 and ID 2k's.
      no problem.
      -10AN feed to rail, -6AN return to FPR and on to cell.
      somewhere in 50% area duty cycle for fuel with ~32-33 psi boost and ID2k's with 648 AWHP. plenty of room to grow there.

      then again, i have ALWAYS used a -10AN feed to the rail. when ran with one A-1000 and C-16 and 35R and 1000's, to the dual 044's externally mounted, to the flush mounted 044's. not saying that i know anything or even what i am doing LOL.




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