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Super quality fuel pump.

  • Review Add on: 14/10/2023
  • Average Rating: (5)

Out of the box, It was a great looking pump.
I got all the connections done and ran the pump. It hit my goal of 52+PSI without engine running (Primed). It only dropped to 48PSI with engine running at WOT. It kept the fuel rail supplied and kept the engine happy.
I went to test drive the car and the pump shut off after 1 mile. It had blown the 10A fuse. I felt the 25 year old fuse was on its way out anyway... I replaced the fuse and watched the new one. It got very hot after 5 miles, too hot to touch comfortably. The new fuse was about to cut the circuit after 10 miles; it was so hot I could not touch it without burning my fingers
I guess this pump is not as direct a "fit" as I was lead to believe, circuit wise... This pump runs at more than 100Watts of energy. I stepped up the fuse to a 15A, as I am using 12Awg wire.
Hopefully, this is a "break-in" thing.

Hopefully, this is a "break-in" thing.
" addthis:description="Out of the box, It was a great looking pump.
I got all the connections done and ran the pump. It hit my goal of 52+PSI without engine running (Primed). It only dropped to 48PSI with engine running at WOT. It kept the fuel rail supplied and kept the engine happy.
I went to test drive the car and the pump shut off after 1 mile. It had blown the 10A fuse. I felt the 25 year old fuse was on its way out anyway... I replaced the fuse and watched the new one. It got very hot after 5 miles, too hot to touch comfortably. The new fuse was about to cut the circuit after 10 miles; it was so hot I could not touch it without burning my fingers
I guess this pump is not as direct a "fit" as I was lead to believe, circuit wise... This pump runs at more than 100Watts of energy. I stepped up the fuse to a 15A, as I am using 12Awg wire.
Hopefully, this is a "break-in" thing.
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