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Stroker GTX28 - Fuel pumps - Race car

Discussion in 'Big Turbo Discussion' started by cuprabaz, Apr 22, 2016.

  1. cuprabaz

    cuprabaz Racing 2020VT

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    I've got myself a DW65v in tank pump and i'm thinking about getting the DW250il inline just for piece of mind.

    What are peoples thoughts?
     
  2. ibizacupra

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    why 2? in tank has the duty for what you want.
    unless you are going to do swirl pot etc also...... in line plus dw65 in tank is kinda odd imho

    might not hurt.. but do you not trust the dw65?
    you only need fueling for a GTX28 so not that much demand
     
  3. cuprabaz

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    Yeah you're right the 65 is a bit of a beast, i guess i was just thinking about dual redundancy without actually thinking :doh:

    I'll just save my cash for entry fees and tyres.
     
  4. ibizacupra

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    there's always that, but if in tank fails would inline suck past it?

    Badgerwagen has redundancy with S3 in tank, but it just feeds swirl pot, off which 2 x 044's suck (the 044's are each others spare) but if in tank dies it would still die.
     
  5. cuprabaz

    cuprabaz Racing 2020VT

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    No you're right it wouldn't flow through. I spoke to DeatschWerks and their chap said exactly that. The 65 is more than enough for the level i'll be at.

    Hopefully get it all in and going soon.
     

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