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General => General Discussion => Topic started by: cortina gav on February 23, 2014, 14:27:27 PM

Title: bob question
Post by: cortina gav on February 23, 2014, 14:27:27 PM
hi , my 4i has always ran the 24v with the pump which im guessing is the original 4i one is this man enough for the job or should i be fiiting a better one ? , secondly can anyone please put up a diagram showing where to connect the abs system to a earlier loom as i want to double check mine thanks

gav
Title: Re: bob question
Post by: capri v8 driver on February 24, 2014, 07:56:03 AM
The xr4i pump is more than enough to feed a v6 cosworth.

Its a bosch 0 580 254 910 or similar pump delivering 130 l/h at 73.5 PSI.

Its good for 250 to 275 wheel hp. If you want a cheap replacement, take a look under a old Mercedes 280 and up, with k injection. They all use a 910 pump (or similar).

if you want more, get a 0 580 254 044 pump, that's 200 liter a hour at 73 PSI. That one is good for 450 to 500 wheel hp. Still not enough? Take a look at the 0 580 254 413 pump, that's 300 liter a hour at 73 PSI. However the 413 pump is very expensive.  Or use a dual setup with the 044, that's good for 900 wheel hp at 73 psi.

You do need a very good flowing fuel regulator with these pumps and it would a wise idea to upgrade the fuel lines to 8 mm id. or 10 mm id. with the 413 pump.

Ohh and 1 tip, watch out for imitation or fake bosch pumps. The same is even worse with walbro pumps as most pumps sold on ebay are fake china ones.
Title: Re: bob question
Post by: cortina gav on February 24, 2014, 15:51:33 PM
brilliant thanks i was a little bit worried but it can stay as is , seems ok though just the pump braket to refurb when the weather allows ,