Burned up 2 E85 pumps

poppy1440

Active Member
Thanks fellas,
I’ve been wanting to upgrade to fuel system and wiring for a while but kept putting it of since I wasn’t having issues but now is a good time to upgrade.

I’ve been told that it’s a pain getting the pumps into the tank with the float on
Switch to DW300 pumps (note pump polarity during install) and beef up the grounding by running a 10 gauge ground wire from the battery ground to the rear of the car. Connect the 10 gauge ground wire to the racetronix ground bundle back there.
Hi Jeryl, you like the Dw300 pumps better?
 

poppy1440

Active Member
Thanks fellas,
I’ve been wanting to upgrade to fuel system and wiring for a while but kept putting it of since I wasn’t having issues but now is a good time to upgrade.

I’ve been told that it’s a pain getting the pumps into the tank with the float on

Hi Jeryl, you like the Dw300 pumps better?
I’m looking for a setup that includes the sending unit since that’s what got me into this pickle in the first place
 

Pronto

Chaos is a ladder.
Yes, it is an exercise in patience to get the dual pump set up in but it will go. Not experienced with the DW pumps on the hanger though.
 

CJSYD

New Member
I went with the RobbMC sending unit and a Holley Vr1 external pump/ controller. Loving it so far and whisper quiet.
 

Reggie West

Well-Known Member
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Did you get your pump issue solved?

If not talk to Joe Telesca on here. He makes a billet hanger with a DW400 pump. Comes with new wiring from the alternator back, sending unit and it drops right in. I am running it with a 70 mm turbo. It will work just fine for 62 as well.
 
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