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Fore Innovations Dual Pump Module - Nissan R35 GTR

Fore Innovations


Vehicle Fitment:
Nissan R35 GT-R

The Fore Innovations R35 GT-R Dual Pump Module supports over 1000 all wheel horsepower and is compatible with all gas, E85 and race fuels. Retains OEM level sender, temperature sensor, and transfer function. Includes two TI Auto F90000274 fuel pumps and the FC2 Controller with 6 gauge wiring.

• Supports over 1000 all wheel horsepower
• E85 and race fuel compatible (see pump manufacturer recommendations on fuel compatibility)
• Retains OEM level sender, temperature sensor, and transfer function
• O-ring pump seal eliminates in-tank fuel hose to completely eliminate failures in E85 and race gas applications
• High current hermetic wire seal completely eliminates the possibility of fuel smells and leaks
• 12 gauge power wires ensure maximum pump performance
• Polymer pump body support minimizes pump noise and eliminates electrolysis
• Transfers without restrictor orifice on return discharge, ensuring accurate fuel pressure under any output or consumption conditions

Dual Pump Module
TI Auto F90000274 Fuel Pumps (x2)
FC2 Controller with 6 Gauge Wiring
Power Wires

Install Notes:
Must install external 10 micron filtration, see the Fore Level 1 system for a basic system that includes filtration and uses OEM rails/lines/regulator

FC2 Controller to run both pumps full time (not recommended with 320+ lph pumps due to fuel heating)

OEM transfer function is retained (which continuously transfers fuel to the pump side) but our module eliminates the restrictive "basket" in the OEM fuel pump assembly.

Recommended 1/2 tank minimum for track use.

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