XDI Belt Driven DI Fuel Pump for Chevy LT-Engines XFP3600

XDI Belt Driven DI Fuel Pump for Chevy LT-Engines XFP3600

This belt driven high pressure pump was developed to add a second High Pressure Fuel Pump to any Chevy LT-Engine.
It ads another 102% fuel flow to a stock LT4 pump.
In combination with our 40% fuel lobe and an LT4 pump it delivers 242% more fuel flow than a stock LT4 pump on stock fuel lobe.
Maximum Fuel Pressure is 250bar / 3600psi

No meth, no port injection, best drive-ability and power

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Description

APPLICATION
Available Variants:

Pulley size: 8 rib             Vehicle: Corvette:      Power adder: OEM/Magnuson/Edelbrock/Whipple    $4,800.00
Pulley size: 10/11 rib:    Vehicle: Corvette:      Power adder: OEM/Magnuson/Edelbrock/Whipple    $4,800.00
Pulley size: 8 rib:            Vehicle: Camaro:       Power adder: OEM/Magnuson/Edelbrock/Whipple     $4,800.00
Pulley size: 8 rib:            Vehicle: Corvette:     Power adder: Procharger                                                 $5,000.00
Pulley size: 8 rib:            Vehicle: Camaro:       Power adder: Hellion Twin Turbo                                   $4,800.00

Maximum Rail Pressure
250bar / 3600psi

Fuel Compatibility: all known fuels, all Ethanol blends

Kit Content
Kit Includes

-custom 3600psi Fuel pump
-Mounting brackets
-Drive pulley
-Pump to rail line
-Fuel rail
-Controller
-Harness

Does not include:
-Vehicle to XDI pump fuel line.

Procharger-specific kits:
-Includes Procharger piggyback pulley to drive XFP pulley
-Requires Griptec Procharger pulley (not included)

If you have a specific application not listed above please contact us to discuss.

Supporting Material

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