There are dual pumps from the factory run by an FPCM
First, I don’t know the answer to the question but i’ll throw out a thing or two that are worth considering:How much boosted HP will the Hellcat 525lph pump support on gas? I know for E85 I'll need dual pumps but trying to figure out what my current config will support. The DeatschWerks calculator is showing 850 or so at the wheels.
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Well, that answers that questionThere are dual pumps from the factory run by an FPCM
You can't put two hellcat pumps in a factory bucket and expect that to work out. The stock pumps will support about 700whp on gasoline and 600whp on E85. There are a couple solutions available for going beyond that.Well, that answers that question
Thanks... Ill order two pumps
What all needs to be done to run hellcat pumps?You can't put two hellcat pumps in a factory bucket and expect that to work out. The stock pumps will support about 700whp on gasoline and 600whp on E85. There are a couple solutions available for going beyond that.
Start with a Hellcat.
Install a return system.
1. order in a couple of “hellcat” pumps. put em on the workbench and then cut a hole in the floor for access, remove the stock fuel hat and bucket (the fuel pump module) and place that on the bench near the hellcat pumps.
I highly recommend a Rick’s tank with dual Walbro 450’s (or dual Hellcat 525’s, if you needed them). On another car, I also was limited by the diameter of the fuel tank lid. Rather than hack up my old tank, or better yet: add a pump in bucket fuel tank; I decides Rick‘s had the best solution for that particular car.My question on how much hp the 525lph pump can support is a not for a CTSV. I'm building an LSA "396" (Kong 2650, Callies/JE rotating assy, LS9 block/heads) for a '67 Chevelle and have a Tanks Inc. fuel tank. The problem is that only 1 pump will fit through the opening in the tank and the largest is the 525lph unit which barely fits through the hole. It looks like I'm going to have to get a Rick's tank to support dual pumps to run E85. I do appreciate the insight on running larger pumps vs multiple smaller pumps. Also for my build I'm planning on running PWM to control the pumps.
With that said I didn't mean to take the discussion off the rails and apologize for that. I like this forum because the members here have more knowledge and have pushed the LSA platform further than any other forum I've been on.