Fuel Pump ?

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    I have a 4.75 stroker with the the 2.1 KB at 10psi and 36lb injectors. I'm breaking the new motor in at the moment and I still need to order my 60# injectors. I'm hoping to be in the mid 400s to the ground. Will my factory fuel pump and the bap work or do I need a different pump
     
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    The duty cycle will be sky-high. I'd spring for a pump for safety and peace of mind.
     
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    What pump would you recommend?
     
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    What are your plans for the car? Do you see yourself forging the motor and going for some serious power anytime soon?

    If not, I'd say that a 217lph SVT Focus pump is a good option. They're good to about 450rwhp with a BAP. You can also opt for the 310lph Aviator pump for a little more money. The Aviator pumps are good for 500-530-ish rwhp with a BAP.
     
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    Its a teksid block, everything is studs, and the MMR 1000 4.75 stroker rotating assembly. It can handle as much as I wanted but I'm still running stock 2v heads and the little 2.1 kb. I'm guessing I'll be close to 450rwhp and 500rwtq
     
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    Id say get the aviator pump. I got mine from CJ Pony Parts. Im running the 310 Aviator pump, 40amp BAP, FPDM wiring upgrade, along with 60#'rs. However, if you have the coin, look into a complete return-style system. That can easily handle 800, 900, 1000hp and you wont have to worry about fuel ever again.
     
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    I think I'll go with the 310. I'll look into the return style system eventually when I switch to different heads and get a bigger blower. I can't get to them numbers with factory heads and a 2.6
     
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    im running a 255lph focus pump and a BAP from JMS and im at 425rwhp and 444rwtq
     
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    What size injectors are you running and what's the duty cycle on the pump?
     
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