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    Possible fuel pump upgrade

    To avoid having to do multiple updates refer to the fuel pump upgrade thread on n54tech for addl info on how this is done.
    Last edited by Terry@BMS; 06-26-2013 at 12:57 PM.
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    Great work T. I'm in need of some kind of fix soon
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    Awesome, can't wait to see the results.

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    Nice find! Looking forward to results.

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    So what type of difference is this expected to make?
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    400LPH will empty a full tank of gas in just about 6 minutes...
    That should do the trick I guess.
    Is this not too much volume to go to the HPFP for the returnline?
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    What is the lph for the factory pump?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by DavidV Click here to enlarge
    400LPH will empty a full tank of gas in just about 6 minutes...
    That should do the trick I guess.
    Is this not too much volume to go to the HPFP for the returnline?
    I thought the 335i was returnless?

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    Good stuff...much better than an inline pump as it'll be quiter inside the tank. Have the specs on it?
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    Terry will this end the need for a cobb to run 100% e85? or will you need this and a cobb?
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    Awesome find! A very high flowing fuel pump that slips right in place of the OEM!

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    With a quick search, I was able to turn this $#@! up for $169. Seems like a good price!

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    Awesome, good stuff! Did you need to make any modifications to that Walbro black coupler. Or was it plug and play?
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by boosted-M Click here to enlarge
    What is the lph for the factory pump?
    i believe it's 255?



    so this looks like it's pretty much a direct plug and play upgrade possibly? not even anything crazy custom?

    well that's pretty cool

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    Racetronix is local Click here to enlarge i know ppl that know those guys really well, cool
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    Terry, how about some small pop rivets to hold the assy. together (instead of glue)?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by nitehawk Click here to enlarge
    Awesome, good stuff! Did you need to make any modifications to that Walbro black coupler. Or was it plug and play?
    I cut that off and used the included butt connectors to connect to the OEM wires in the bucket. The only "custom" part will come when connecting it to the OEM fuel line. I'll likely have to rig up some sort of coupler & hose clamp there.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by rudypoochris Click here to enlarge
    I thought the 335i was returnless?
    It has a regulator in the other tank. And duty cycle to the pump is run via a management unit based on low fuel pressure. So theoretically anyway it should all work out just fine. Worst case would be getting the JB4 involved in the pump PWM but I doubt that will be required.
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