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Upgraded Fuel Pump For Roush Supercharged Gt

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I own a 2008 Shelby GT here in the UK and have had the car Supercharged by Roush UK. It was their base conversion giving a mild 450hp. At present the car uses the Factory fuel pump which i have concerns about once i start using the cars ability and higher rpms. I have a new Ford Racing M-9407-C50 190lph fuel pump available, so should i be fitting this?

Any advice from other owners with direct experience would be much appreciated.

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I know the Roush kit (450hp) say you don't need to upgrade the fuel system but to be on the safe side I would upgrade to that pump or just add a KB boost a pump. There is also a wire upgrade kit for the stock pump that reduces cycle pump time by 10% and increases fuel volume, it made by S&H Performance.

Go to s197.com there is a lot of good info to read on supercharge fuel system upgrades with stock 3v bottom ends.

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Any 4.6l 3v putting out over 400 HP - I recommend going with the FRPP M-9407-GT05 dual fuel pump . I've put it on a customers Roush 427R with the upgraded blower/CAI and seems to be working well . JMO

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Thank you for all the good advice, it is much appreciated

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Edelbrock e-force S/C putting down 450 RWHP & setup is running Kenne Bell Boost-a-pump

0 issues 3 years and 10,000 miles plus several track days

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