If your power goal is 650whp or less and you need to upgrade your fuel system, you've come to the right place!
As these cars get older and less expensive we're seeing more issues with the stock components and more demand for cost conscious fueling solutions. Our new FI-650HP line of fuel system upgrades are designed with those needs in mind while maintaining a budget. They make the most of the stock components to maintain stock reliability and drive-ability but when the boost gets cranked up, the FI-650HP components kick in to support the additional fueling needs of your high horsepower car. With the FI-650HP line up you can upgrade your components all at one time or upgrade them as time and budget allows. If upgrading one component at a time, we'd recommend starting with the LPFP first as that is the heart of your fuel system, without a good LPFP you can't supply the fuel needed to any of your other components.
What are the FI-650HP Port Injection Kits
This new line of port injection upgrades was also developed to support any power level up to the 650whp while maintaining stock reliability with a plug and play kit that is easily removed. These kits are a simple installation that include our silver anodized spacer, fuel rail, injectors, gaskets, all fittings, and upgraded fuel lines to transform your stock fuel system. All of our fittings are custom designed and made to connect to the stock fuel system so no permanent modifications are needed and installation is kept simple.
What is the FI-650HP LPFP Upgrade
No more iDrive warnings, no more overheated EKP's, and no sending your fuel pumps in for repair or upgrade.
This new line of Low Pressure Fuel Pump (LPFP) upgrades utilizes the stock pump assembly to meet everyday driving needs but when the boost kicks in, the FI-650HP secondary pump kicks on to support those high boost fueling needs. This system requires no modifications to your stock system, including the bucket, wiring, or stock plumbing so that it is reliable and easily reversible. There is no tearing down your bucket or sending it in to be upgraded. Install only requires adding the additional pump assembly to your fuel tank where it sits side by side with your stock pump assembly and then installing the additional wiring harness. The secondary pump then runs in parallel with the stock pump making use of the stock capacity while adding up to 200% more capacity to your existing system. Doing it this way eliminates any additional strain on your stock wiring and the the EKP that runs your stock LPFP.