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  1. #11

    Re: Updated Nozzle Size Vs Pump Pressure

    Quote Originally Posted by dvldoc View Post
    We switched to these in late 2006.
    Have you done these using the 200psi pump.

    I have it running on a 5 gal nozzle
    Devan

  2. #12

    Re: Updated Nozzle Size Vs Pump Pressure

    Quote Originally Posted by devil View Post
    Have you done these using the 200psi pump.

    I have it running on a 5 gal nozzle
    Do you mean the 220psi pump? The volumes will be fairly close, probably in the .3 to .4gph range. But I could not say for sure since I have not have the chance to do it.

  3. #13

    Re: Updated Nozzle Size Vs Pump Pressure

    Yes,

    I mean 220psi .. sorry .. lol

    So when would you advise someone to fit a 220psi oppose to the 150pse ?

    Regards
    Devan

  4. #14

    Re: Updated Nozzle Size Vs Pump Pressure

    When running over 25gph. The standard pump will support pretty much any car up to around 600 hp or so. It's the drag cars or V8 turbo diesels that need the larger pump. You still need to vent the tank when pushing so much fluid.

  5. #15

    Re: Updated Nozzle Size Vs Pump Pressure

    Ok so, I have a 2007 VW GTi. My max boost will be no more than 20 psi, my redline is 6500 RPM nd it is a 2.0 L. The calculator says 3.5 gph, nd does it take into consideration tat I will be using a 150psi pump?

  6. #16
    Alcohol Water Injection
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    Re: Updated Nozzle Size Vs Pump Pressure

    there is a chart on the first page that shows actual gph for each nozzle with the 150psi pump. it also shows the actual pump pressure for each nozzle, with 2 and 3 gph nozzles its actualy putting out over 220psi.

  7. #17

    Re: Updated Nozzle Size Vs Pump Pressure

    Update due to the new 250psi pump these number will only apply to the 150psi unit. We'll get back to you with the pressures for each nozzle as soon as we get the chance. And yes it's significantly higher.

  8. #18

    Re: Updated Nozzle Size Vs Pump Pressure

    We have done plently Gti Mk5's - Use the 3 gal jet on 50/50 mix.
    Devan

  9. #19

    Re: Updated Nozzle Size Vs Pump Pressure

    Is it better to have the pumps pressure switch set so it runs continuously or set so it causing cycling? I have the option, just wondered which is better and why.
    Regards,
    Mike

  10. #20

    Re: Updated Nozzle Size Vs Pump Pressure

    The 250psi pumps have a internal bypass and due not pulse. You can mod the 150psi pump not to pulse and increase there pressure as well for about 5 cents.

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