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If you are interested in running full e85, you will need to upgrade your in tank fuel pump.

I am starting to take orders.

Complete plug and play

Tune required


$350

$60 off with core.

Message me for more details.
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If you are interested in running full e85, you will need to upgrade your in tank fuel pump.

I am starting to take orders.

Complete plug and play

Tune required


$350

$60 off with core.

Message me for more details.
1-2 week turn around
Specs? You don't have to disclose flow rates or anything if you don't want.
 

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Being direct injected, is the low side pressure as critical as long as its still be able to pressurize within the range needed for the hpfp to do its thing. E30 mixtures shouldn't be an issue for the low side oem fuel pump.
 

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@SIstomper mentioned in his port injection thread that the stock in-tank pump can be replaced with a better one from DW or Walbro without much effort.

340lph is healthy is that at 12 volts or above?
 

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E30 is fine for the oem low side pump.

Going big turbo and e85 the oem will fail horribly.

Changing the pump in the fuel bucket does take a bit of skill and finding the right parts. I am offering plug and play so people dont have to waste any time
 
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