The pump is separate from the reservoir and is located in the front of the vehicle by its radiator. The pump is connected to the reservoir by hoses.Is the reservoir and pump one-in-the-same? Or is there a separate pump? Mine is not circulating, but I don't see any electrical wires coming to or from it and was wondering how it got power to pump.
Would this be the correct pump?
I have several questions on your build. I am also running the URD mk3 but with the 75mm pulley. Also the larger tundra throttle body 76mm. How are you running the 70mm pulley on the blower without the additional spacer injector? Doesn’t cause a lean condition without the additional fuel?Vehicle Info: 2007 auto
SC: URD stg3 70mm pulley
Install Mileage: 70,xxx
Add on CAI: custom
Other Options: Doug Thourley headers, full URD race only exhaust, snow stg3 meth, 110oct race, etc......
Fuel: 880cc injectors, Walbro 255, -6 fuel lines, 110oct
Performance Info: 401whp @ 17psi
Issues/Comments: Its almost as fast as my 2010 BMW M3 from a roll
Did I miss something? These numbers are too low.....that's below a stock engine.Vehicle Info: 2013 5-speed automatic
Installation Miles: 69,782
Current Miles: ~71,000
Other Options: None
- Peak Horsepower: +27.2 = +13.9% (196.8 -> 224)
- Peak Torque (ft-lbs): +45.9 = +24.6% (186.3 -> 232.2)
- 3500 RPM Horsepower: +37.5 = +30% (112.5 -> 150)
- 3500 RPM Torque (ft-lbs): +53 = +31% (170.5 -> 223.5)
Dnyo'd at the wheels with the engine hot, in 2WD (still haven't located a 4WD dyno near me) with 98-ish lbs of wheel+tire on each hub.Did I miss something? These numbers are too low.....that's below a stock engine.