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Mech Fuel Pump flow rate?

What is the GPH flow rate for a 95 7.3 mechanical fuel pump?
So my fuel pump went out and I am looking for a new pump, yes I would love to do electric but dont have the money right now to do so. I looked @ advance auto and auto zone they have the same pump but it flows 18 GPH NAPA has one that flows 30 GPH so of course I went with the NAPA one. I just want to see if I am running more fuel through it. This might be a dumb question...If it is flowing more fuel could that help out with some power or am I just reach for the dumb azz award?

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Re: Mech Fuel Pump flow rate?

Does anyone know?

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Re: Mech Fuel Pump flow rate?

i think running the gears to redline in a highposition on your chip will tell you. if u got a good hpop

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Re: Mech Fuel Pump flow rate?

does anyone know the flow rate? or where to find it

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