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Single inline 044 with sump.

I am thinking of re doing my fuel system for my big turbo this year and have been looking at the bosch 044. What I would like to do is run one of these universal Hellman sumps have that go to an 044 then just return fuel into the factory canister. Now is that possible? I am trying to not have a surge tank and. Am tired of hacking pump housings. I will be running 93 and race gas occasionally. Please let me know what you think and if that will be enough for around 450 500... I appreciate the help.

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Thanks tuner. That's the only thread that I could find with anyone just running that. You think it will work well?

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Yep. Car I will be buying next has that setup. Runs great at 28PSI on E85 with a 5431.
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Good shit that's my setup except no corn for me....

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this will also be my setup soon within the next few weeks , except with a 6an feed and 4an return , will a 4an return be enough to bleed off fuel fast enough ?

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Yeah I would like to get this pump also, do you know if this will work well with the Walbro 255 in tank I have the BNF and return line.




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I seen Jay's racing has these for $189 and they are suppose to be updated. Jay Racing Pro Series 044 Fuel Pump [044001] - $189.00 : Jay Racing




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Yeah I would like to get this pump also, do you know if this will work well with the Walbro 255 in tank I have the BNF and return line.
I think to do that you need to add a surge tank... Correct me if I am wrong but I'm pretty sure you do. That's why I am not doing that.

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I think to do that you need to add a surge tank... Correct me if I am wrong but I'm pretty sure you do. That's why I am not doing that.
Yeah, if a surge tank is needed to run that inline with the 255 then I most likely will not be doing this either.




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Single inline 044 with sump.

How would this sump tank do with a some what daily driver or weekend warrior? Anyone worried about fuel sloshing around on low fuel levels?


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thats the point of a sump.....

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Exactly lol. A sump is just basically a small tank in a tank to hold fuel by your pickup while fuel is sloshing or moving around... Also it makes it a little easier with not having to mod a canister...

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Single inline 044 with sump.

I know the point of the sump. Lol. But I'm always over worried about situations. Say fuel light is on left or right hand corner with a bump. Fuel settles somewhere else in the tank for a short period of time and pump sucks air. Then you could always argue the fact not to drive like a jackass on low low fuel levels also. Lol Obviously I don't have experience with a sump. So I would ask the questions before just diving in.

That's the only reason I haven't bought the sump. I had a extra canister and started to mod it for the 044. The sump seems like less of a headache if something goes wrong.


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Single inline 044 with sump.

I plan on bdp sump with dual jay 044s


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