Fortunately, Fuelab has an answer to the problem, in the form of their digital Prodigy fuel pumps. While the Prodigy line of fuel pumps work to keep your fuel cool, they can also be programmed to pump more or less fuel, depending on what kind of driving your vehicle encounters.
“What sets our Prodigy pumps apart from other pumps on the market is the fact that we use a brushless motor,” explained Fuelab’s Josh Davis. “The brushless motor allows us to have a built-in speed control, so it makes it very easy to take a high-horsepower car and drive it on the street. When you sit in traffic, the pump will slow down, as opposed to running at full speed, heating up the fuel and causing vapor-lock issues.”
Fuelab’s Prodigy line of fuel pumps are made from billet aluminum and stainless steel with fluorosilicone seals, and are compatible with pump or race gas, E85 ethanol, methanol, and diesel. The 404 series Prodigy pumps are new to the market and offer the same technology of the 414 series Prodigy pump, but in a smaller package.
Fuelab caters to the EFI market, carbureted market, and the diesel market with their Prodigy pumps, fuel pressure regulators, and fuel filters. They have a great thing going with their digital fuel pumps, which should make building a fuel system in a high-horsepower car a no-brainer. Check out their website for more information and products!