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Spec sheet that Jeff e-mailed to me...
 

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:notworth::notworth:You the MAN, RSC!!!!:notworth::notworth: The chart says gallons per hour, but I'm sure it's liters. Still, it fits the bill!! You're looking at 10.3 amp draw at 80psi.
 

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that is 190 lph not as much overkill as the 255 but still bigger than necessary.the stock pump flow (at least up till 2008) is 38lph. any pump with a flow rating over about 55lph would be enough for just about any v-rod motor . of course we have the 255 in our bike. i guess if we put in a second engine i won`t have to change fuel pumps.
 

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:notworth::notworth:You the MAN, RSC!!!!:notworth::notworth: The chart says gallons per hour, but I'm sure it's liters. Still, it fits the bill!! You're looking at 10.3 amp draw at 80psi.
Credit goes to Greg...:notworth::notworth:

Jeff is pulling these out of the ford sending units.

He will have 2 ready for me tomorrow...
 

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i have a small turbo calc program in rar that i would share with the forum but can`t attach to this post. it is 692 kb. any suggestions how to upload it?
 

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pump pics

I am a little under the weather today so I took some pics and thought I would share them.
 

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I know that these pumps where out of a sending unit kit.

If we could get those socks will they work for you?

They are about the same size as our stock ones.

I will inquire with Jeff tomorrow.
 
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