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hey everyone

just one thing iv been thinking bout lately is the the stock denso supra fuel pump

that flow 330lph at 13.5 volts

now i bought a s/h nismo pump and ended up being dodgey i cant really afford to spend $550+ on a new one

so iv been looking in to these fuel pumps i can get them for bout $250 new

which i think is good value and out flows the nismo one by a far bit

there 51mm in diameter so same size as stock so shouldnt have to many drams fitting them

and denso is no shit brand or there not gunna fail like the walbros

whats ppls thoughts on these

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These genuine denso supra pumps are really great units...i drive a supra now and researching them they have been known to flow enough for small to medium singles...lotsa guys running street setups putting out 300rwkw on the stock pumps...

Can i ask...where can you get them for $250 new? i've been trying to source them and get quoted over well above $400 for a pump...

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I'm running 20 psi on a T04Z on my RB25 and I have yet to max mine SupraTT pump out. It is quiet and I have never heard a hiccup from it. Great pump for the money until you go big with Bosch 040 or 044, or other aftermarket units.

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heres details from suppler

Hi mate, pump flows 330lph at 13.5 volts and is 51mm in

diameter. Its made by KYOSAN japan which is a good O.E.M

supplier to toyota, mazda etc.

It is identical in appearance to the denso 51mm fuel pump. Has

also the same connectors as the denso. However flows more than

the denso as has a twin pump system. The denso only flows

220lph and this flows 330lph.

Its the highest flowing intank pump that we know of and have

ever come accross as we test all our pumps to see which are the

best to use in our customer cars.

This pump will have enough flow to supply as much, if not more

than an bosch 044 used with a surge tank (so saves you a lot of

money having to convert to a surge tank setup).

We have tested and know guaranteed that this pump flows over

300lph as thats all our test unit flow up to as there isn't a test unit

that will show over 300lph, most only go up to 200 - 250lph.

So guarantee that you wont be disappointed otherwise your

money back guarantee and comes with 12 months warrantee. We

don't sell cheap aftermarket products only the best genuine

performance products and test everything to perform before we

sell it and back everything we sell with a 12 month warrantee.

These pumps will retail for over $700, only reason we sell them

so cheap is because we are wholesalers and purchase in bulk.

So give us a call next week and they should be in.

thanks P.W

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  • 4 months later...

Digging up an old thread, where abouts where you able to purchase the Denso and what was the part number.

Is it the Denso 195130-1020? Or was it the Kyosan pump (modified denso pump)? Thew flow figures suggest the later.

Cheers

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  • 2 weeks later...

...re-digging up an old thread...

Can the standard fuel pump controller in a R33 GTR be used with a Bosch 044 fuel pump? Or am I better off grounding it so the pump sees the full voltage all the time?

Cheers,

Mike

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Ground it at a minimum.. measure the voltage you are getting at the pump afterward and decide if you need a larger feed, I did.. but considering you have a 33, you don't have the wiring run from front of the car to the back so you might be ok.

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