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Hello, i'm installing a wet nitrous kit, i'll be using a wet fogger system and the nitrous jetting is set to 55 HP, the fuel will be a 26 (a little rich), but just to be safe... my question is, can the stock 1999 elantra fuel pump handle the extra demand of the nitrous and the stock efi setup ???

in the event that it does not, i already purchased an MSD inline EFI fuel pump that is ready to install ....

any help ???

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Sure, it should be just fine for a smaller pill like that. High pressure is what primarily kills these pumps... So long as you're not jacking up the pressure, you're probably alright.

If you need more than a 55 wet-shot, you could spend $20 and buy a Mitsubishi Eclipse stock fuel pump online (Ebay, Parts Trader, et al) It's a direct-fit replacement for the stock Elantra/Tiburon fuel pump, it's quiet and it flows a whole lot more. It still will not deal with high pressure tho...

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i completed my nitrous installation today... i tested it out with 900 psi bottle pressure on my bone stock 99 automatic elantra...

you can feel the kick.. but its running super rich... i also have a bit larger fuel jet than what i really need for a 55 shot... but it is a great improvement, and i did like 5 runs back to back then i checked the ngk plugs (1 stage colder than stock Vracing series) and they were clean as a whistle.


i installed the MSD inline EFI 43GPH fuel pump on my car.. its a bit noisy.. but when you cruise or have the radio on, you cant hear it.

i also installed my purge valve kit... squirts right out from the middle of the cowl behind the hood.

sweeet.


if anybody needs help doing a nitrous install, just ask me. i got mine working 100% safe and fool proof.

for more info on the parts i used, check out my nitrous tuning website.. http://www.pcrepairworld.com/nitrousworld




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