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Old 03-27-2013, 08:08 AM   #41
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Here is how e36 guys run twin pumps. LINK

Using a modified fuel pump hanger with a fuel pump installed, to go into the non fuel pump/venturi effect pump side, I.e. A pump each side.

Also here apparently e46 compatible, there are cheaper kit's but I am unsure if they are designed like this one, no pictures on their websites.
As I stated earlier the siphon arrangement can empty the left side of the tank so a pump on that side is a waste.

The CA automotive setup isn't a twin supply pump setup it's a pump in place of the siphon hose so your not relying on siphoning in long corners to supply fuel to the pump side of the tank
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Old 03-27-2013, 09:06 PM   #42
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Both setups I posted are similar, no siphon hose used in that e36 DIY, there were also two different setup mentioned in that PDF, though not really suitable for yourself.

Are we allowed to know about the engine being used in the swap?

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