I'd say where we hit on the VF kit was about the safe limit, much beyond that, you're in the limits of the clutch and fuel pump.
Dustin,what kind of numbers are you guys seeing before having to change the stock pump ?
Did you create a bigger lid to cover the larger hole you made? Might be dangerous to leave a gap open if you get into an accident.Installing a new fuel pump is relatively easy - I did mine in around two hours and don't consider myself a master mech. I didn't drop the tank, replaced the unit via the access port behind the drivers seat. It did involve dremeling the access port slightly larger. But I wanted easy access without dropping the tank. Before/After pics -
No, the OEM lid still covers the opening with room to spare. It would be easy to fabricate a lid, if needed - it's only a flat sheet of alu with a few holes.Did you create a bigger lid to cover the larger hole you made? Might be dangerous to leave a gap open if you get into an accident.
rob, the injectors are running at 100% DC and the AFR's are going above 13, what does that tell you ? 440s and 550s, with only a minor change in the RPM they max out.
i think vf are planning something.
Seems logical to replace the pump and be done with it. Why cheap out on a $150 part? There's good evidence that it's not even marginal. People here are considering a $3,000+ upgrade from BOE and they're debating a $150 part? rotfl