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Old 04-10-2012, 12:14 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm am going to purchase and install some fuel pump Internals for my speed6, got no clue which ones to get though . Any advise in which fuel pumps to buy?


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not sure myself. They have said kmd are good except the last ones, ptp's are garbage and cpe's are solid but noisy and expensive.
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Answered your other post- hope it doesn't make matters any more confusing!

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Ok so I'm even more confused. Lol

I need honest opinions and facts about
JOHN's so called internals
KMD-internal
CP-E-HPFP W/t internal
And any other companies
I'm just scared to purchase crappy one just cause they seem like a good price.


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"if" they were to fail, you would get a new set under warranty anyhow. They are QC tested, but it is the same boat you get on with Autotechart/KMD internals
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If they fail won't they starve my engine go lean and blow? How would the warranty help me then?


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Which ever set you buy you'll need to install properly and monitor pressure for a while before you go WOT. My KMD have been awesome, they came highly recommended from some trusted members on here.
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Ok so KMD ii is. How much are they? An simple are they to install. Also how would I monitor them ? I don't have gauges or anything to monitor them any ideas?


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You should buy an access port to get familiar with tuning and monitoring your car. The hpfp is really needed when you start adding exhaust mods. And anything over stage 1. The Cobb AP will also allow you to squeeze power out of your current mods.
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Hmmm so does the Cobb AP monitor everything? Boost pressure , ATF, exhaust temp, fuel pump pressure?


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