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Careful running just the one pump.. you *might* not be getting the appropriate fuel pressure at high loads with the one single pump, which could cause problems

They are both in series, right?

I know mine are, but mine's an aftermarket turbo setup that relies on such high pressures, which one pump would not be able to meet the demands.
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