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You can drink a milkshake through one of those coffee-stirring sticks, but it’ll take a long time and cause a lot of strain. Likewise, you can feed gas to your engine through the stock in-tank pump, but it isn’t designed for hi-flow delivery. For maximum fuel flow, you’ve got to start right at the source. Pop a BBK Fuel Pump Kit into your gas tank, and petrol will course through your fuel lines at bat-out-of-hell velocity. Your motor will never go hungry when the BBK Fuel Pump is dishing up its liquid dinner.
Whether you’re building up a racer or just looking for more oomph from your daily driver, BBK Fuel Pump Kits ensure consistent, rapid fuel delivery. They come in a range of models to dish up anywhere from 110 to 255 LPH (liters per hour), making them ideal for turbo, supercharged and nitrous-fed autos.
BBK custom designs each Fuel Pump Kit to directly replace your factory in-tank pump—no modifications or adaptors needed. And, yours comes with a 1-year warranty.
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Asked by Anonymous
Nov 06, 2012 11:23 AM
1997 Dodge Ram
I have a 2500 Dodge Ram it is a 1997. I spend 50.00 every 3 days for gas and I only drive my truck to work. It shakes and pops when I drive it is my fuel pump and filter not working correctly?
Answered by Nathan S. — Nov 08, 2012 1:45 PM
Hi, It sounds like you have engine misfires going on. This could be from leaking injectors, vacuum leaks, bad spark plugs and any number of other things. I would recommend having an engine diagnostic done on it at you local shop, before buying a single part. It will save you a ton of dough by knowing what is really wrong with your truck.flag Accept Answer