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Is anyone using a fuel pump booster, to increase/regulate the voltage supplied to the fuel pump??? If so, please tell us a bit about it!


Anyone have one that regulates the voltage in relation to rpm's???
 

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Gerald, I forgot to look at my setup, but I can give you a listing out
of the JEGS catalogue. * however mine is not one of the ones listed.
The MSD unit listed has a dial to adjust voltage from 1.5v over to 22v over
the supplied 12v.

The other model is from Aeromotive has an RPM sensing component and uses that
change the voltage. I think it also has a manual adjustment.
I forget what model and what voltage mine is.
This is one method of delivering more pressure to the injectors, which
enables them to exceed their standard output.
 

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Jerome said:
I am sure you know about this. Not sure if it is what you want.....

[image]http://www.kennebell.net/accessories/boostapump/picture.jpg[/image]

[image]http://www.kennebell.net/accessories/boostapump/flow-comparison.gif[/image]

http://www.kennebell.net/accessories/boostapump/boostapump.htm

Some swear by it, some swear at it.
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That's the unit I have. If your car is stock or if your car's A/F ratio
is acceptable, then you would just waste your time to install it.
But if you throw in a few extra 100HP, and find your A/F leaning at the
higher RPMs, and you suspect fuel flow/pressure is not keeping up -
then it is something to consider. It took Gen-II injectors, A Dastek unit,
and a fuel pump boost before APEX could control my lean condition at high
RPMs. A few years back, there were a number of N/A cars like mine, that had a lot of mods, but the A/F tuning was overlooked.
 

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Gerald, I was doing a search on plug wires - and ran into a post by
Sean Roe, a few months back on plug wires and pump booster.
I think Sean's offer is the MSD unit - but it's listed on his website.
Sean's listing is usually items that he has personally tested and have merit.
 
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