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Brand New In Box ALPHA Dual Brushless Fuel Pumps SOLD


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Testing the waters here. Only considering selling this as I may need to go to a mechanical fuel pump setup to support my build. This is a brand new in box Dual Alpha Brushless In tank fuel pump setup. Only taken out of the box for pictures. If you need anymore pictures or have any more questions please feel free to ask.
 
Price is SOLD.
 
Willing to ship, buyer pays for paypal and shipping fees.
 
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Testing the waters here. Only considering selling this as I may need to go to a mechanical fuel pump setup to support my build. This is a brand new in box Dual Alpha Brushless In tank fuel pump setup. Only taken out of the box for pictures. If you need anymore pictures or have any more questions please feel free to ask.
 
Price is 3k OBO.
 
Willing to ship, buyer pays for paypal and shipping fees.
 
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Love mine! Works phenomenal, I has to run 2 boost a pumps to jack up the flow, but have no problems :) GLWS
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Love mine! Works phenomenal, I has to run 2 boost a pumps to jack up the flow, but have no problems :) GLWS

 

Really only considering this as I am contemplating going Methanol with the car. 


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No they won’t keep up with Methanol...lol but I figure I’m good for 1800-2k, which is fine since I’m just a street car :)
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These things run quiet and cool. Glws.
GTX3582R built and tuned by STM, AMS 4.1, Omega billet crank, Alpha Cams, STM DP, MP, 4 STM Titanium custom exhaust, STM Race FMIC 22x18x4.5, full 3" piping, ID 2000, Sheptrans OneK drop gears, DS axles, E85, Advan GT 10/12 285/315 R888 / MT ET 18x10/12 TE37 Saga MT ET SS 275/245.
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Love mine! Works phenomenal, I has to run 2 boost a pumps to jack up the flow, but have no problems :) GLWS

Tim  Can you explain why you have to run two boost a Pumps to get these to work....your running apr 1600 whp correct ?

 

Just to be sure you are running the dual setup correct?  



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Tim  Can you explain why you have to run two boost a Pumps to get these to work....your running apr 1600 whp correct ?
 
Just to be sure you are running the dual setup correct?


Because when To y says run 2 ! I do as I’m told ...lol. No real reason why s Martin “AMS” and Tony talked and they thought that would be the safest solution. I was going lean up top bad. Which we found out after I raced the bikes. “Thank God for Motec” orid be sitting on a melted pile of metal and you are correct I’m over 1600 to be honest :)
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Because when To y says run 2 ! I do as I’m told ...lol. No real reason why s Martin “AMS” and Tony talked and they thought that would be the safest solution. I was going lean up top bad. Which we found out after I raced the bikes. “Thank God for Motec” orid be sitting on a melted pile of metal and you are correct I’m over 1600 to be honest :)

So what your saying is the AMS dual pump setup isn't capable of keeping up with your setup at 1600 whp ..So upping the voltage with the boosta pumps solved the Issue... Thx



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So what your saying is the AMS dual pump setup isn't capable of keeping up with your setup at 1600 whp ..So upping the voltage with the boosta pumps solved the Issue... Thx

 

I think it depends on what fuel type too no?


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I think it depends on what fuel type too no?

I would say yes..something like E-85-98  the pumps are probably max out,that's probably why he needs the boosta pumps to add additional flow...But with something like ms109 or Vp Import the two pumps alone may hold up..



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Yes sir you are correct. The pumps will not keep up with E-85 or 98. To be honest I’m not even sure how voltage they are running.
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Yes sir you are correct. The pumps will not keep up with E-85 or 98. To be honest I’m not even sure how voltage they are running.

I bet you are pulling alot of amps to get those pumps to keep up.


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SOLD!


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