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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 12-06-2008, 10:42 AM Thread Starter
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what kind of fuel pressure are you running ? and do u have to run a belt drive pump ?
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upwords of 100psi, and the belt pump is a must, and must be sized accordingly.

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i dont have room for a belt drive
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i dont have room for a belt drive
Then make room.

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exactly :shock: :shock: :shock:
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I made my own bracket to move it around...

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Its not really what he's after, good talk on the phone Gerry....

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Can you run a pump off of the cam? High Flow Dynamics has the drive. I think you have to order a special reverse rotation pump, but I'm pretty sure it will work.

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You might call James Monroe at Ron's. James has been fairly successful with those units.

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You might call James Monroe at Ron's. James has been fairly successful with those units.
X2 on that. James is a wealth of knowledge on alky injection. He helped me out quite a bit.

So Gerry what exactly do you want to know about Ron's injection? Yes you use a mechanical pump. I try to have about 110-120 psi when I cross the line. During my learning phase, I have seen as much as 170 psi on the gear change. It is a balancing act between EGT's, nozzle jets, bypass pill, & fuel pressure.

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i dont have room for a belt drive
Sure you do. If I can fit a BBF with a belt drive fuel pump between the frame rails of a dragster a door car would be no sweat.

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Here's one pic of my setup between 22" of frame rail.

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I guess it would help if I posted the pic...DDDUHHHH



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Here's one more after everything was installed.




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Mount it where ever you want. Two companies offer a cable drive for a mechancial pump. We run one on one of our Outlaw 10.5 cars and have the pump mounted in the back, right under the fuel cell.
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