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Old 07-10-2014, 03:27 PM
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Damon motor home, '97 460 EFI pressure required

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can't see where I can post a new question so I'll tag along on this one. New in tank pump failed 2weeks after install while I'm in Mexico. Puts out 20 lbs w/ regulator, 30 lbs w/o regulator. Will leave the in tank pump in and install a new inline pump w/ 60 lbs static pressure. Question: anyone have knowledge of the required pressure and max pressure for this year 460 w/ efi

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I have no idea what you mean by "Puts out 20 lbs w/ regulator, 30 lbs w/o regulator.".

You should have around 30-33psi at idle and will jump to around 40psi if you snap the throttle open with the engine running.
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