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putting a big shot on with a dedicated pump was wondering what everyone is using for supply, regulator and line size and pump. hoping to spray 150-200 shot
 

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With it being a rear cell I would go with a Magnafuel Quickstar 300 or something similar. Plenty of pump and will be more than enough to run your nitrous system. A #10 from the cell to the pump, #8 from the pump to the holley 12-803 style regulator. I would run deadheaded regulator instead of bypass at the front also.
 

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how about an aeromotive part number 027-11213 and a holley regulator a friend has both new in the box cheap.
That pump only provides 14psi, with a rear mount fuel cell I would want more psi to make sure the fuel doesn't stall in the line when the car launches.
 

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putting a big shot on with a dedicated pump was wondering what everyone is using for supply, regulator and line size and pump. hoping to spray 150-200 shot
This should work for you well, SS Street/Strip Fuel Pump, P/N 11203, 11213
• P/N 11203 features 3/8” NPT inlet and outlet ports.
• P/N 11213 features ORB-08 inlet and outlet ports.
• Perfect for use with either a Bypass Regulator (P/N 13301) or one of our Carbureted Adjustable Regulators. (P/N 13201, 13205)
• Fuel flow exceeds 140 GPH at 13.5 volts.
• Pump provides 14 PSI fuel pressure - perfect for cars that leave hard.
• Pumping mechanism features our proprietary composite rotor, stainless steel vanes and precision ground, heat treated steel plates.
• Ideal for dedicated nitrous delivery.
• Alcohol compatible.
• Low current draw. (under 5 amps)
 

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spend the money one time buy a magnafuel 500 and 2 port mag regulator for motor and a holley reg for the nos youll neverneed another pump ever again

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This should work for you well, SS Street/Strip Fuel Pump, P/N 11203, 11213
• P/N 11203 features 3/8” NPT inlet and outlet ports.
• P/N 11213 features ORB-08 inlet and outlet ports.
• Perfect for use with either a Bypass Regulator (P/N 13301) or one of our Carbureted Adjustable Regulators. (P/N 13201, 13205)
• Fuel flow exceeds 140 GPH at 13.5 volts.
• Pump provides 14 PSI fuel pressure - perfect for cars that leave hard.
• Pumping mechanism features our proprietary composite rotor, stainless steel vanes and precision ground, heat treated steel plates.
• Ideal for dedicated nitrous delivery.
• Alcohol compatible.
• Low current draw. (under 5 amps)
What setup would you use for the fuel lines?
 

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spend the money one time buy a magnafuel 500 and 2 port mag regulator for motor and a holley reg for the nos youll neverneed another pump ever again

I agree with doing it right once and having all the pump you'll ever need...

The Aeromotive A2000 will work as well... SJ
 
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