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Old 10-11-2012, 01:58 AM   #275
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Originally Posted by Bdave View Post
This is a good example of somebody accomplishing the same goal in a differnt manner than I would or Marcus would. It illustrates that we should be more open minded about methods that we would not consider using that do work for some people.

I would very much like to know the answer to this too. I imagine there are many other ways to trigger a multi pump set up other than owning a Pro-EFI ECU. Although it does sound easy to set up using the Pro-EFI.

MrBlonde, that is six pumps. How many have had to be replaced since 2004? How hard was it to troubleshoot and identify the bad pump(s)?
This is SORT of on topic as we are discussing pros and cons of several smaller pumps vs fewer larger pumps. Yeah, it's a stretch..
I don't want to clutter up Trevor's thread any more but back in the day people tended to trigger secondary pumps via a hobbs switch.
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