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Extra fuel pump with low boost?

Do I need an extra fuel pump on my sc with 4-5 psi?
Just in the finishing planning for the installation of the 930 stuff.
Anything I need to fab for this swap or it going to be bolt on for the most part? Will it be a day job? Thanks, BA
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What is your objective?

What is your objective?
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Objective with the single fuel pump?
Well it's not buying anothe fuel pump till needed.
Objective with the 930 stuff?
More power and a stepping stone till the engine gets tired. Then I'll put lower compression pistons in and build a proper turbo engine.
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Well that's easy. Mount the turbocharger and do a run with wideband-lambda. If it goes lean, your fueling isn't up to snuff
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Comeon, it's just bolt on! Right?
Well, I realize there so many little things like bad vaccume lines that can throw your day off and odd stuff like that, but it is just bolting stuff up, is it really hard to reach stuff and such?
I guess I should order some stuff like the gasket to the oil...I don't even know what to call all that leaky stuff back there, but I guess there are lots of things to do. I guess I'll give it some more thought. Thanks guys.
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Comeon, it's just bolt on! Right?
Well, I realize there so many little things like bad vaccume lines that can throw your day off and odd stuff like that, but it is just bolting stuff up, is it really hard to reach stuff and such?
I guess I should order some stuff like the gasket to the oil...I don't even know what to call all that leaky stuff back there, but I guess there are lots of things to do. I guess I'll give it some more thought. Thanks guys.
Don't worry my buddy runs 6psi with stock sc CIS but runs a 7th injector for above 4 psi.. but still on single fuel pump.. I do as well but mine is EFI
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Thanks Ben. By the way, you still got one of those sump covers with the drain bung?
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