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You don't need a pump that big on a stock coyote, 255 is more than adequate
 

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Yes but I have found the coyote does not like too much fuel pump. You have to remember that those numbers you sighted is WOT with max flow over a long period on max output of the largest injectors. Something your engine will most likely never see.
 

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Agree with Gordon. 255 LPH is more than adequate for the Gen 3 Coyote, assuming no crazy power adders. Really no point IMO of putting that 340 LPH pump in there. Also pay attention to fuel line sizes and pump hangar.

BTW, in your post you said gallons per hour (GPH). Most pumps, including this discussion, are rated in liters per hour (LPH). Big difference.
 

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Agree with Gordon. 255 LPH is more than adequate for the Gen 3 Coyote, assuming no crazy power adders. Really no point IMO of putting that 340 LPH pump in there. Also pay attention to fuel line sizes and pump hangar.

BTW, in your post you said gallons per hour (GPH). Most pumps, including this discussion, are rated in liters per hour (LPH). Big difference.
yeah, whoops you're right lph

so at 65PSI, it's ~260lph, so not much more than a standard rated 255lph pump

Right, you're going to burn 260gph, so stopping to refill your tank every 4 minutes.
LOL - just because it pumps 260lph, doesn't mean it gets burned that fast - unless I'm in a bugatti at 260MPH >:)
 
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