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Old 10-11-2018, 03:52 PM
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We are just about ready to release our C7 Aux Fuel pump kit. Super easy to install. Takes about 3 hours and comes if everything you will need to do a OEM install. It will come with a wire harness and controller and won't break the bank. No need to drop the tank either. Just finished all the controller testing today.
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Let me know if I have cam with 38% fuel lobe with LT4 inj & pump with A/A TI head unit will I still need meth or can I pull the meth & be good.. Robert
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Let me know if I have cam with 38% fuel lobe with LT4 inj & pump with A/A TI head unit will I still need meth or can I pull the meth & be good.. Robert
You would have to watch the lowside psi. as you remove the meth. We have made 860hp with our system, our cam and LT4 pump and injectors WITHOUT meth.
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Billy, ok, you have my curiosity. How is this different from all the other systems on the market? I assume we are still having to sump the side of the tank, run feed and return lines up the rocker panel and tap into the high side, right?
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Billy, ok, you have my curiosity. How is this different from all the other systems on the market? I assume we are still having to sump the side of the tank, run feed and return lines up the rocker panel and tap into the high side, right?
Assuming there is some sort of better "catch" here MTI is referring to. I am curious as well Ant.
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You would have to watch the lowside psi. as you remove the meth. We have made 860hp with our system, our cam and LT4 pump and injectors WITHOUT meth.
Billy please give me info asap on this I am putting together a all forged motor build now but it will still be about a full month out before it will be done... Robert
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Billy, ok, you have my curiosity. How is this different from all the other systems on the market? I assume we are still having to sump the side of the tank, run feed and return lines up the rocker panel and tap into the high side, right?
Ours uses the car's FMCU to regulate the fuel pressure, so no need for a regulator. Our feed line is tide into the OEM line at the sender. Yes, our kit does tap the tank.
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Billy please give me info asap on this I am putting together a all forged motor build now but it will still be about a full month out before it will be done... Robert
We are about week away from the pump controllers being at the shop. We didn't want to show the controller just yet. Thats why the pic is cropped. Our kit WILL NOT use old school hob switches for activation of the system. Install our system will be triggered by the cars MAF sensor.


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Ours uses the car's FMCU to regulate the fuel pressure, so no need for a regulator. Our feed line is tide into the OEM line at the sender. Yes, our kit does tap the tank.
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We are about week away from the pump controllers being at the shop. We didn't want to show the controller just yet. Thats why the pic is cropped. Our kit WILL NOT use old school hob switches for activation of the system. Install our system will be triggered by the cars MAF sensor.


Thanks for the info, Billy. So its a returnless system then it looks like since your basically just boosting the pressure through the existing high pressure line running to the front. I like it. About how much is the kit going to run? I may be interested in one and if you guys are interested in giving me a discount I can write up a whole How To guide like all my others on the forum to help everyone with the install.

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Thanks for the info, Billy. So its a returnless system then it looks like since your basically just boosting the pressure through the existing high pressure line running to the front. I like it. About how much is the kit going to run? I may be interested in one and if you guys are interested in giving me a discount I can write up a whole How To guide like all my others on the forum to help everyone with the install.

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Interested in it as well. Please shoot me a PM with price and lead time.
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Interested in it as well. Please shoot me a PM with price and lead time.
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Billy p.m. price to me also, I will do the same on the discount but afraid no one would be able to understand it. Robert
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Billy p.m. price to me also, I will do the same on the discount but afraid no one would be able to understand it. Robert
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Id like to run E85 on my blown LT1. I have no interest in Meth. I'm around 575whp now. Pkease PM me price and info.
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I have this system i bought from MTI a few weeks ago, talk about great customer service from Billy and the whole team there. This system is very easy to install, good quality parts and again great customer service.
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I like it. I suppose the stock fuel lines can handle the additional pressure? Assuming it wouldn't have enough to run a port injection setup in parallel?

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