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Fuel issues

As most people know, I have now twice the 044 pumps .. Probably, the one given up question is just buy a 044 pump o replace the fuel filter to the SPD filters o new fuel hoses or replace 2 new Deatschwerks 350iL o with new fuel hoses o filters. . Input attack, has decanting to the pump and it is Efi converted

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Bosch > AEM > Deatschworks or other aftermarket pumps

With 2x -044 pumps getting proper full voltage, they'll be able to flow more fuel than your chassis fuel lines can flow, more than even a -6AN hose can handle, over 600whp on pump gasoline.
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My pump burnt up because screen in tank clogged up.
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I know but drive on E85

Screen in the tank??
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Even more reason for the tank to have rust in it. Large bung on bottom of tank has screen covering inlet for fuel system.
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2nd choice would be the AEM pumps

Top choice will be the Injector Dynamics fuel pump when it starts shipping. Not cheap, but ECU-controlled and ideal for big HP cars, especially those on ethanol.

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