the pump can produce the volume. but it alters the timing a bet thus the lopey idle. some have it worse than others. BUT if you go the a HR or a Monster, since the pump puts more pressure and volume its highly recomended. On a SO pump it will help out IF you have HUGE sticks and a major fuel box. other than that it just gives it the lopey idle. Just my.o2.
Ive ran them on a SO pump, HRVP, and a Monster. and everything has been fine.
im not 100% sure but i believe stock lines are .078. the only way i believe you will actually benifit from larger tubes is HUGE injectors that require alot of flow. other than that i believe you just get the lopey idle. Ive never dynoed or actually ran down the qtr to prove anything but it would be intresting to do. again just my .02
not to choose sides or cause problems but ive had a couple injector makers tell me to run bigge tubes to their injectors. Even Mike the maker of the monster pump told me to run at least .093 with his injectors and its a must with his pump and injectors. just my .o2
im wantn to see what happns on the dyno with the monster and the bigger lines. Mike told me to just run stock lines and .093 tubes with mine and i will see bigger power. Hopfully ill get it back together and get it on a dyno and see.
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