Deatschwerks DW200 255 L/h E85 Fuel Pump
When modifying or rebuilding and engine, or for a simple FlexFuel conversion, the stock fuel pump is often insufficient and can't let fuel flow through quick enough. The consequences can be disastrous, in the worst case a broken engine (a lean air/fuel mix causing knocking).
The Deatschwerks DW200 fuel pump is often chosen for engine upgrades than can pass 500 hp, because it can feed 4x1000 cc / min injectors continuously, under 3 bars of fuel pressure (or 6x650 cc injectors). Equipped with a silent turbine and specifically designed for ethanol (E85), it's the only pump on the market with a 3 year warrantee (with its DW65C equivalent).
Please note that a high flow fuel pump won't increase your vehicle's power. It allows you to replace your existing pump that may be worn or insufficient, and can withstand an increased fuel flow for engine upgrades with high boost pressure, bigger injectors, or other modifications.
- Components for a "plug & play" installation : see photo(s)
- Input diameter : 8 mm internal, 11 mm external
- Output diameter : 8 mm
- Voltage : 12 V
- Max pressure : 7 bars
- Max flow : 265 liters / hour
- Flow at 3 bars : 250 liters / hour
- Flow at 5 bars : 200 liters / hour
- Length : 123 mm
- Diameter : 39 mm
- Weight : .7lbs
- 1991-1996 Infiniti Q45 A V8.4494cc Fuel Delivery::Fuel Pumps
- 2000 Infiniti Q45 Anniversary Edition V8.4130cc Fuel Delivery::Fuel Pumps
- 1997-2001 Infiniti Q45 Base V8.4130cc Fuel Delivery::Fuel Pumps
- 1991-1996 Infiniti Q45 Base V8.4494cc Fuel Delivery::Fuel Pumps
- 1997-2001 Infiniti Q45 T V8.4130cc Fuel Delivery::Fuel Pumps
- 1994-1996 Infiniti Q45 T V8.4494cc Fuel Delivery::Fuel Pumps
- 1991-1993 Nissan 240SX Base L4.2389cc Fuel Delivery::Fuel Pumps
- 1991-1992 Nissan 240SX LE L4.2389cc Fuel Delivery::Fuel Pumps
- 1989-1994 Nissan 240SX SE L4.2389cc Fuel Delivery::Fuel Pumps
- 1989-1990 Nissan 240SX XE L4.2389cc Fuel Delivery::Fuel Pumps
DeatschWerks, LLC, founded in 2004, is a company dedicated to providing high-performance fuel system solutions. Located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, DW operates out of its own 36,000 sq. ft. facility that houses all of the company's functions including design, end-manufacturing, quality assurance, sales, marketing, and administration. DeatschWerks' roots were established by offering high flow drop-in fitment fuel injectors. In 2009 DW expanded into fuel pumps with the DW300 the first in-tank fuel pump to outflow the standard 255 LPH pump. Since then, DW has developed innovative fuel system components such as the in-line 250iL and 350iL pumps, modular surge tanks, conversion fuel rails, dual-stage fuel filters, and ethanol compatible fuel pressure regulators. Today, the DeatschWerks line-up of fuel system components includes over 500 SKUs covering Sport Compact, Modern Muscle, and Euro applications.