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FueLab Prodigy Fuel Pumps EFI


Posted on October 11th, by The Performance Factory in Fuel, Store. No Comments

FueLab Prodigy Fuel Pumps EFI

FueLab Prodigy Fuel Pumps
for EFI Fuel Injected Applications
Internal or External Application!

WHAT’S NEXT?
The electronically controlled fuel pump is not just an improvement over existing technologies, it is the beginning of a whole
new way to look at fuel delivery. ALL PRODIGY FUEL PUMPS ARE GASOLINE, DIESEL, METHANOL, AND ETHANOL COMPATIBLE. NOW YOU CAN SUPPORT
BIG POWER WITHOUT A BELT DRIVEN PUMP.

PUMP FEATURES:
. Only in line pump compatible with gasoline, diesel, methanol, and ethanol
. High efficiency sling vane positive displacement pump
. Special housing shape for extremely quite operation and steady pressure
. Carbon 9-vane construction with pressure balanced rotor for high reliability
. Backed by a 2-year limited warranty

ELECTRONIC FEATURES:
. Internal speed controller for variable flow operation
. Accepts 0-5 Volt signal for speed control
. 12 to 16 volt vehicle electrical system compatibility
. No expensive voltage reduction/pulse width modulation controllers required
. Continuous duty.motor speed can be adjusted for street or strip fuel demand

MOTOR FEATURES:
. Lightweight super-efficient dc brushless motor reduces current draw
. Low mass rotor for high speed reaction to changes in speed and flow
. Powerful high flux density Neodymium rare earth magnets
. No motor brushes to wear out or corrode (low-Sulfur diesel, no problem)
. Wet motor design, no dynamic shaft seals that can wear

CONSTRUCTION FEATURES:
. Compact, lightweight design, 3 lbs, overall length 6.9", diameter 2.63"
. Billet Aluminum Construction with anodize per MIL-A-8625, Type II
. High quality mounting brackets included
. Long-life, multi-fuel compatible Fluorosilicone static seals
. Accepts standard or port style 10AN fittings





THE REASON BEHIND THE TECHNOLOGY
The most common failure of high flow fuel systems is cavitation related to vapor lock. The combination of too much heat or too much inlet restriction can create this operating condition,where the liquid fuel literally vaporizes (boils) inside the pump assembly. Symptoms can include a dramatic loss of flow rate, gauge “bouncing”, grinding and excessive noise from the pump, and inconsistent or loss of fuel pressure.
As bad as the symptoms of this condition are, the results are often permanent, even if what caused the condition in the first place is fixed. This damage results in a direct loss of capacity and efficiency. Often as noted when unchecked, this damage to the pump results in operating conditions that quicken cavitation exposure at each use. Eventually the fuel system resorts to complete failure to build or maintain pressure.
Loss of fuel delivery pressure will also result in an engine lean out condition that can result in engine damage.
While limitations on using racing components on street driven vehicles is nothing new, some still mistakenly believe that a large racing electric pump can be used at full continuous speed. Aftermarket high performance fuel pumps are susceptible to creating vapor lock conditions due to the amount of flow and pressure requirements put on the pumps in a continuous duty operating condition.

OUR SOLUTION
Fuelab Prodigy fuel pumps use a DC brushless motor system. The pump contains electronics that control the pump’s operation. Prodigy pumps use an input signal to determine the desired operating speed. By having this feature, pump speed becomes controllable, allowing continuous duty applications for high flow pumps and avoiding a full speed high current draw condition that leads to heat buildup and the potential for vapor lock. Prodigy does this without expensive control boxes or voltage reducing devices.
Wiring for the speed control is easy. Our third terminal for speed control, shown in the picture above, can be wired in multiple ways. If the terminal sees a ground (or zero volts), then Prodigy knows to operate at a predetermined reduced speed mode (typically still supporting several hundred horsepower) for continuous “Street” mode. If the terminal sees high voltage condition (such as applying 12 volts), then Prodigy knows to operate at full speed mode. Some aftermarket ECMs that output a variable dwell time signal at 1000Hz can also be programmed to give a full variable speed control as well.
Connect this terminal to our new 529xx Series Electronic Fuel Pressure Regulator, and enjoy automatic demand control, giving you“OEM” style low current draw while idling, while still capable of leaping to full speed, feeding the most demanding of applications, including drag racing.

 


These pumps work in perfect harmony with the FueLab Electronically Adjustable FPRs.


 


NOTE: These are typically custom made to order by FueLab, so please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery.


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