Dual Bosch 044 Fuel Pump Surge Tank

New to JBtuned.com is our Bosch 044 Dual Pump Surge Tank.

Bosch 044 Dual Fuel Pump Surge Tank

This is our Brand New Surge Tank for use with twin Bosch 044 Fuel Pumps

This surge tank setup has been designed to offer the following benefits over other alternative ways to setup fueling on your high horsepower setup.

*Simple straight forward install, no welding, no sumping, no mounting fuel lines and pumps underneath the car.

*Eliminates the need for long lengths of braided line from the front to back of the car. You should be able to install this fuel tank in the engine bay and use less than 8′ of fuel line in most applications.

*Eliminates the risk of fuel starvation from fuel sloshing around in a minimally or un-baffled tank.

*Fuel pumps are constantly submerged in fuel leading to quieter operation and longer life for the fuel pump.

*Our surge tanks are anodized for protection against more corrosive fuels. (E85 and Methanol Ready)

*Perfect for installs where a plastic tank exists from the factory and there is no option to sump.

*Easier to install than typical dual hanger in-tank setups and more versatile in the long term

Included is the fuel log that sits atop the dual bosch 044 pumps so that they can use a common fuel line. This has only been tested for use with our surge tanks and do not guarantee that it will work in any other setup. Available in -8 and -6 sizing. So please specify which size you need after order is placed


The pumps DO need to be vertical when mounted so that is the only consideration you need when figuring out where to mount this setup.

    **********Fuel Pumps Are NOT Included***********

JBtuned Dual Bosch 044 fuel Pump Surge Tank

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