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Old September 19th, 2017, 15:29   #781
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Hey 2micron.. I have been reading about your products for years..and must admit.. I am somewhat confused ..what is available NOW ( if anything) for my 2011 jetta tdi as far as the filtration for my hpfp? I am keeping my car (going for the fix) and need some peace of mind if possible! Thanx.. Forrest
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Old September 19th, 2017, 16:55   #782
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Hey 2micron.. I have been reading about your products for years..and must admit.. I am somewhat confused ..what is available NOW ( if anything) for my 2011 jetta tdi as far as the filtration for my hpfp? I am keeping my car (going for the fix) and need some peace of mind if possible! Thanx.. Forrest
Hello Forrest,
Thank you for asking!
I have a couple options for you:
Right now:
CP3 pump kit. It's more than well proven to allow you to forget the HPFP concern and have the ultimate piece of mind for fuel system reliability. 100% bolt on, plug and play with no ECU modifications required. Works perfectly on a factory emissions car up to and beyond our current "stage(s)" of tune.
Many report easy installation, factory look, faster starts and a very minor increase in fuel economy. Comes with the One Micron filter head, filtering your fuel after the factory fuel filter, giving you the cleanest, best chance at water free fuel fed to your new pump and injectors.
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The original "Contain Flow" filter kit. New one piece design with no fittings to leak. Uses the CimTek 70025 one micron filter to filter the return fuel from your factory HPFP, protecting your low pressure system from pump contamination. These are available right now as well.
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The Contain Flow kit above should be paired with the original Pure Flow kit that is coming back soon..... very soon.
It's also a one piece design, no fittings to leak, see pictures a few posts back.
Send me an email if you wish and I can give you pricing options.
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Old September 20th, 2017, 10:30   #783
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plug and play with no ECU modifications required.
Haven't installed mine yet because one of the most "reputable" but aloof (ie IMPOSSIBLE TO CONTACT) tuners told me it would need to be re-tuned....
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Old September 22nd, 2017, 22:25   #784
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Does the CP3 fit the Passat?
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Old September 22nd, 2017, 23:03   #785
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Haven't installed mine yet because one of the most "reputable" but aloof (ie IMPOSSIBLE TO CONTACT) tuners told me it would need to be re-tuned....
The 2micron mods (pure flow and contain flow) have absolutely zero effect on fuel delivery to the cylinders. Fuel pressure, injector timing and quantities, and fuel flow are completely unchanged. There should be absolutely no need for any change in a tune because there is no change to the flow of fuel after it leaves the HPFP.
The contain flow device is only there to limit damage if the HPFP fails (it prevents shrapnel from returning to the tank and recirculating through the system).
The pure flow system actually only separates the flow of fuel to the high pressure side of the pump from the fuel flow to the low pressure side of the pump. Most HPFP failures occur in the low pressure side. This mod prevents the shrapnel from any failure from getting into the high pressure part of the fuel system (the fuel rail and the injectors mainly).

Both mods are designed to limit the carnage caused by an HPFP self-destructing but each one protects a different part of the fuel system.

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Old September 23rd, 2017, 08:14   #786
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Does the CP3 fit the Passat?
Yes!!!!
I have a specific Passat CP3 pump kit now. Contact me for details. Same 100% bolt on and plug and play as the Jetta/Golf cars. The kits is basically the same, just had to allow for clearance around a coolant line.
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Old September 23rd, 2017, 08:20   #787
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The 2micron mods (pure flow and contain flow) have absolutely zero effect on fuel delivery to the cylinders. Fuel pressure, injector timing and quantities, and fuel flow are completely unchanged. There should be absolutely no need for any change in a tune because there is no change to the flow of fuel after it leaves the HPFP.
The contain flow device is only there to limit damage if the HPFP fails (it prevents shrapnel from returning to the tank and recirculating through the system).
The pure flow system actually only separates the flow of fuel to the high pressure side of the pump from the fuel flow to the low pressure side of the pump. Most HPFP failures occur in the low pressure side. This mod prevents the shrapnel from any failure from getting into the high pressure part of the fuel system (the fuel rail and the injectors mainly).

Both mods are designed to limit the carnage caused by an HPFP self-destructing but each one protects a different part of the fuel system.

Have Fun!

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Yes, thank you Don, you nailed it!!
The statement was in regards to a CP3 pump kit. Which does not required any additional tuning with the new pump. A bone stock, factory emissions car works perfectly with the CP3 kit, as well as any level of Malone tuned cars. There are many, many owners that would be happy to give feedback.
When we exceed stage 3, Malone has developed a specific Stage 3.5, geared to the CP3 output. Best to allow a Malone representative to comment.
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