GDI High Flow Pump HPFP35 for Mustang 2.3L EcoBoost

GDI High Flow Pump HPFP35 for Mustang 2.3L EcoBoost

This Patent Pending GDI high pressure pump was developed to replace the Bosch OEM high pressure pump. It delivers up to 36% more fuel flow when mounted on the same CAM-Lobe.
Maximum Fuel Pressure is 200bar / 2900psi.
The kit comes with everything you need: the HPFP, an OEM style inlet hose with OEM fuel pressure sensor, a new HP-Line and an electric pigtail.
Customer-specific fittings and lines on request.

Straight E85 380 hp GDI only !!!

no meth, no PFI, no extra ECUs, no wiring, full control, full OBD Diagnostics.

Description

APPLICATION
Maximum Rail Pressure
200bar / 2900psi (XDI-HPFP35)
250bar / 3625psi (XDI-HPFP60)

Fuel Compatibility: all known fuels, all Ethanol blends

Electric Connector: Bosch Compact 2-pin
Driver Profile: XDI, tuning changes needed
Accessories: electric pigtail

MECHANICAL DATA
Geometric Volume
1.52cc / rev
(+36% capacity over OEM 1.12cc/rev)

Maximum Flow Rate:
240LPH @ 7000rpm (actual measured flow)

Combinations and Power Potential:
On a 2.3 Mustang with stock turbo, just an XDI-HPFP35 is needed to run full E85. No LPFP, no bigger injectors, no port injection.

Up to 450lbft possible but not recommended with stock motor. 383whp (auto) / 400whp (manual), turbo limited.
With bigger turbo and E85 you need the XDI-HPFP35 and our XDI+55% DI-Injectors for >420whp, up to 500-550whp.
Above 500-550whp on E85 you need the XDI-HPFP60 and our XDI+55% DI-Injectors.
These numbers are not guaranteed, they are highly based on environment and dyno type and calibration.

Housing material: stainless steel, hard coated Aluminum

Tuning Support:  Standalone, SCT, COBB

Dry Weight: 1112 g

Supporting Material

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