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    fuel setup for 900+ hp

    Well guys, i am needing to buy a few things for my build.

    I am going to be building an aps twin setup and. I am looking at changing the lines and all. I know aps sells a setup but it seems a tad bit steep, if there is another way i can go then i would prefer that.
    I am going to push this setup to the max and i was wondering what i need to support that much power. So where should i look to blow my cash and does anybody have any reccomendations. I really would like to purchase it this month and install it, because i will also be swapping my rear out for a 12-bolt. and i mine as well knock it all out while i am back there.

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    Talk to TNTRamAir...here is what I think he used:

    Scroll down to the Double Pumpers...
    http://www.lonniesperformance.com/fuelsystems.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by ls1camino View Post
    Talk to TNTRamAir...here is what I think he used:

    Scroll down to the Double Pumpers...
    http://www.lonniesperformance.com/fuelsystems.htm
    looks good to me, i wonder how long he has been running it and what he thinks so far, hopefully he chimes in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zero_proto View Post
    Well guys, i am needing to buy a few things for my build.

    I am going to be building an aps twin setup and. I am looking at changing the lines and all. I know aps sells a setup but it seems a tad bit steep, if there is another way i can go then i would prefer that.
    I am going to push this setup to the max and i was wondering what i need to support that much power. So where should i look to blow my cash and does anybody have any reccomendations. I really would like to purchase it this month and install it, because i will also be swapping my rear out for a 12-bolt. and i mine as well knock it all out while i am back there.
    by the way..if your pushing 900..that 12 bolt will take a shit on you like a 10 bolt does to mild modded cars. if you can..go 9" or a m9

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    Quote Originally Posted by shady milkman View Post
    by the way..if your pushing 900..that 12 bolt will take a shit on you like a 10 bolt does to mild modded cars. if you can..go 9" or a m9
    really? The only reason i was going 12-bolt was because of weight and that the 9 bolt is eats up more powa.

    Ed how long did it take for the turnaround when you sent your pump off

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    Quote Originally Posted by zero_proto View Post
    really? The only reason i was going 12-bolt was because of weight and that the 9 bolt is eats up more powa.

    Ed how long did it take for the turnaround when you sent your pump off
    the 12 will not last...plus a 9" with an aluminum center will weight about the same as a 12 bolt.. but yes the 9 does eat up more power..but i assume this will be a track car and not a dyno queen so a 9" or a m9 or nothing

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    Quote Originally Posted by zero_proto View Post
    really? The only reason i was going 12-bolt was because of weight and that the 9 bolt is eats up more powa.

    Ed how long did it take for the turnaround when you sent your pump off
    I sent them another bucket so I wouldn't be down. Its been a while, maybe a few weeks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shady milkman View Post
    the 12 will not last...plus a 9" with an aluminum center will weight about the same as a 12 bolt.. but yes the 9 does eat up more power..but i assume this will be a track car and not a dyno queen so a 9" or a m9 or nothing
    yup not looking for a dyno queen, i am looking for a 9 sec car, as long as i break into the 9's that is all i want.

    Well Ed my car is down till feb.
    Dang looks like i have a few decisions to make. I was wanting to get the two rims and the rear this month, but i may have to ditch the rims for the fuel setup.

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