Users' questions

Is the VE pump reliable?

Is the VE pump reliable?

The VE pump is very very reliable. Can it make high power? Not compared to the other pumps, but they can still make 450rwhp. The ticket to the VE is that they make a lot of torque.

What is a VE pump?

The VP44 is a distributor-style, solenoid-valve-controlled, radial-piston pump that is electronically regulated. A high-pressure solenoid valve opens and closes the pump’s element chamber to control fuel metering independently of engine speed.

Is a VE pump mechanical?

In some ways, the mechanical function of the VE pump is similar to the VP – both operate the injector pistons via a cam-like ramp arrangement – the VE uses a rotating “wavy disc” that the pump pistions ride on sorta like a rollercoaster – where the VP pistons ride inside a “lumpy donut” with hills and valleys that …

What P-pump is best?

The general consensus is the 180 hp pump is the best of the P-Pumps for high hp goals. The 160 and 175hp pumps can not move as much fuel as easily as the 180 or 215 pumps.

What is a P pump?

The P pump is engine oil lube’d and is generally considered a multifuel pump that will run on everything from dry jet A, kerosene, b100, to ULSD without issue. I have limited experience first hand with the p pump.

The VE pump is a distributor style pump that was popular at the time since the 1970’s. The VE injection pump had a maximum output of close to 200 HP in the six cylinder version. The VE pump uses a single high pressure piston to deliver the fuel shot to the injectors much like…

What is a Bosch VE pump?

Bosch VE. The Bosch ‘Verteiler’ (translates from German as distributor) was designed as a compact fuel delivery unit for dinodiesel engines. These injection pumps performs a number of fuel delivery functions. The VE pumps also can be fitted with a number of different add on modules dependant on application.

What is a diesel pump?

A diesel pump is the gate between the engine’s fuel line and its carburetor. There are two distinct kinds of pumps, known as mechanical or “puller” pumps and fuel injection or “pusher” pumps. These are found in every engine that uses diesel fuel. Without it, there would be no regulation of the amount…