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Eric said he WOULD work a deal with us.

Im just wondering though, do you think two 044s could literaly suck so much fuel that it would cause a air pocket in the sump with a full tank of gas? Do they have that much sucking power?

Be cool if someone did a test with something clear, and you could watch what happened inside when the pumps where sucking at full power.

Im actaully gonna talk to eric about that, and see if they have done any testing like this to see if they had any cav issues.

Anyone have any take on that?

Im pretty sure single feed wont be a issue but duals.......
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Re: Single inline 044 with sump.

I'm in on the group buy anyone else? Need 10 people

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He needs to be a vendor here to do a group buy.
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Single inline 044 with sump.

Ok so let me ask if u are thinking about buying a sump, message me


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Anyone have any take on that?

Im pretty sure single feed wont be a issue but duals.......
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Now after thinking about it I don't know... Not sure how quick the 044 can displace fluid and if there is enough "volume" in that sump. Good thought!

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Just thinking out loud. What if you ran two sumps. Then ran 1 feed to each pump then from the outlet of the 044 join the 2 lines into 1 actual feed to the rail. Not sure if they make a union that size though...

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That would be kinda expensive and not needed.

This is how I would do it with a dual pump set up:
1 sump with two fittings on it. One fitting having a Y on it going to both the pumps. The other fitting would be used for the return. That way fuel is always getting pumped into the sump.
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So you'd want to spend $350+ in sumps...instead of buying an external fuel cell for $130?...sounds more complicating, and left with a fuel tank that's got two 3" holes in it when all said and done.

I think you guys having problems with fuel sock starvation problems just need to rethink how you locate the pump/fuel/lines/sock in the tank.

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That would be kinda expensive and not needed.

This is how I would do it with a dual pump set up:
1 sump with two fittings on it. One fitting having a Y on it going to both the pumps. The other fitting would be used for the return. That way fuel is always getting pumped into the sump.

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Single inline 044 with sump.

Never thought about returning the fuel back to the sump piece!!!

U don't think it would cause turbulence though do you? From the fuel coming in and then it trying to suck it out?


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Never thought about returning the fuel back to the sump piece!!!

U don't think it would cause turbulence though do you? From the fuel coming in and then it trying to suck it out?


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Tuner isn't talking about that. though you surely can dump the return to the sump (the problem is keeping the return in a position so it cant sway with the fuel).

Re-read it.

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I was just thinking out loud. I wouldn't do all that. I'd fuel cell it before I did all that.

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I am talking about returning fuel into the sump Mike.
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I was thinking that too. Just was also wondering about the turbulence it would cause. Lol soo many options lol. I may just keep returning fuel through the factory canister...

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Also anyone know what the thread is on the outlet of the sump? Looks to be an NPT fitting just wondering.

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