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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 10-24-2006, 03:17 PM Thread Starter
 
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stock 24v pump how much can it handle

hey any of you guys know how much a stock 24v pump will hold up horsepower wise (hint) mine is brandnew:shrug:
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I have heard threw users on here that it will hold up to 650+...
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yeah with the right combination of twins a cam and injectors as well as proper fueling, these pumps can push some pretty large numbers. Add some nitrous or other drugs into the mix and it just gets higher. What are you looking for in your truck? If you want over the mid 600's on fuel it might be time to start considering a different pump. With that said, at that end of the spectrum even a modified VP44 won't make a huge difference 30-50hp.
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I agree with sstockton. If you want to push much over 600 you will have to look at the use of drugs. There has been 700+ on nitrous.

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i was just wondering thinking about what my choices are going to like
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If you really want all out power, throw a 913 Pump on your 24v. You can get all the fuel you'll need then.
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iM just seeing what i could put on there before i have to change the pump i reall dont whant to change the pump
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I couldn't tell if you had a SO, or HO...but I will tell ya that Ho's are known to not be able to make as much hp as the SO.
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If you really want all out power, throw a 913 Pump on your 24v. You can get all the fuel you'll need then.
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i think its just a p-pump philly
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