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Re: Re: Fuel System Mods

10/15/97 11:32 AM sbabbar@iris.nyit.edu

>I think it is Kenne Bell, but not really sure. They have a bolt on the
>wires between the power and fuel pump. It can bring up the power output to
>the fp by I think 50%. Basicqally, get more flow with thee same fuel pump.
>It is adjustable too. Be careful, though. It can shorten a very expensive
>fp life. I can't confirm this, though. Seems like a nice thing to use
>every so often when you want to drive fast. Also chipping it might be good
>idea. Contact Ned Ritchie at Intended Acceleration. He's probably done
>this before......Later......Steve
>84 5ksT 1.8 bar
>On Wed, 15 Oct 1997, Brett N Augsburger wrote:
>> I'm doing a performance rebuild on my 5kcstq MC engine and need some
>> advice on fuel system mods. I've heard that the stock system is good for
>> 320 hp. What can I do to fuel the beast past this point? EFI would be nice
>> but I don't think I can afford that right now. I heard someone speak of
>> some-bolt on mods that would help deliver more fuel, but they did not
>> elaborate. TIA! 

Nope the Kenne Bell Boost a Pump is not what has been talked about and 
with the way that the CIS system works would provide zero improvment in 
the fuel situation.  The answer is simple and realitivly inexpensive, 
E-mail me personally for more info on it.


Eric Fletcher S.O.C.
'87 5KCSTQ with WAY too many toys
St. Louis, MO