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Difference between GT2 fuel pump and 996 TT Fuel Pump


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Yes, the 5 bar FPR will be able to handle very high HP.

Hello!

I have a 5Bar regulator now and almost 600hp with K26 turbos, the thing is that since a valve in my fuelpump seems broken so I need a new one I can as well use a GT2 pump if that can handle even more hp then the TT(If I do more tuning in the future) ;).

But the main question is if it will work to use that pump at all in a TT?

I see that you have a lighter Fly wheel, I am also thinking about buying one, did you notice any big changes

when you changed it or did you change it at the same time as you did the other tuning?

Can you recomend a good place to buy a Fly Wheel from?

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Hello!

But the main question is if it will work to use that pump at all in a TT?

I see that you have a lighter Fly wheel, I am also thinking about buying one, did you notice any big changes

when you changed it or did you change it at the same time as you did the other tuning?

Can you recomend a good place to buy a Fly Wheel from?

I love the LWFW. A significant difference in response. There is some chatter when the clutch is engaged (which is magnified with AC on), but I am used to it. I got my specially tuned LWFW from Kevin @ Ultimatemotorwerks.

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