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I was looking at the Buschur Double pumper and was wondering what other supporting mods are required for it. Would I need to get something like MAP AFPR Install Kit with AEM Fuel Pressure Regulator?
 

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I doubt you "Need" an AFPR for the double pumper but I can't say for sure. I put one on with my double pumper so I couldn't say for sure.

But the double pumper turns on the second pump at a certain psi so you should be fine because at the point it turns on you need the fuel anyway for the raised boost you are running.
 

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I doubt you "Need" an AFPR for the double pumper but I can't say for sure. I put one on with my double pumper so I couldn't say for sure.

But the double pumper turns on the second pump at a certain psi so you should be fine because at the point it turns on you need the fuel anyway for the raised boost you are running.
eh, i thought both pumps just ran constantly. I didnt see anything about it being based on boost. Is that what the red line with the sensor looking thing is?

Also do they give you a discount if you already have a walbro in your pump?

Also is it E85 friendly?

Also j/j
 

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eh, i thought both pumps just ran constantly. I didnt see anything about it being based on boost. Is that what the red line with the sensor looking thing is?

Also do they give you a discount if you already have a walbro in your pump?
blapops had me send my 255 into them and he put it in my new setup and saved me some money yes.

It's a hobbs switch, which is just a pressure switch, that is probably what you are referring to yes.
 

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is it E85 compatible? I'm in the process of finding everything that needs to be replaced in order to run E85
 

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I don't think he explicitly says it is, but everyone who uses it is on E85 and no one has issues really.
 
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