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340Lph with stock fpr?

I got a good deal on a 340Lph fuel pump. Will I run into any issues with the stock fpr?

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It might work. When I put my 405lph pump in with the stock fpr it had 45lbs of fuel pressure at idle. I had to use a super coupe performance fpr to fix the problem.

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It may work but I bet the stock regulator can't keep up Also be leAry of some of the 340 as when fuel heats up there no better than a 255lph

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post #4 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-09-2014, 09:00 AM Thread Starter
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Thanks for the responses. I will keep an eye out for an fpr. The 340lph was a good deal so I picked it up instead of the 255lph I was planning on. This one looks to be a decent unit purchased from Anderson Ford. Here is a link to more info on the pump I've got.

https://www.superchargersonline.com/...726b3d75118fb4

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It'll work but the fuel pressure will be higher. You'll want an adjustable FPR to bring it back to normal.
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