What Hp is a 10mm Pump good to

Drivbiwire

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Keep in mind you have the lowest pressure VE pump in you B4, upgrade to the AHU and you are in the running to break 220+
 

raidaru

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maybe KERMA or other tdi guru could lighten us what's the advantage of using a 11mm head over the stock 10mm head, if they both can achieve powers like 250hp ?
 

Yourbuddysatin

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Yucca is the members name that told me they did it. Can’t remember the thread that he said it on. He posted a video of a car doing it on a dyno.
 

PakProtector

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Mk.4 and the Cummins-es
Mind the fuel pressure at the inlet. The VE pumps on the Cummins-es do not take well to much over 10 psi on the inlet as it can push the front seal out...then for the gear driven beast we have No.2 going into the crank case diluting the oil.

Do we have the same sorts of limit/congenital defect on the pump seal? Running a Carter 4601 on my 6BT Dodge, and have had no issue with the seal.
cheers,
Douglas
 

Yourbuddysatin

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There it is! I think there is another car built that made over 300 at the wheels or maybe it was the tractor they built for pulling.
 

Yucca

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I would use 11mm pump any +250bhp setup.

Not all 10mm pump are same. I would not use 1Z pump any +200bhp setup, AFN pump are good upgrade for those motors.
 
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