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DeatschWerks DW300 Fuel Pump Now Flows Up To 26% Better with No Increase in Draw!

Posted on 13 March 2014

DW300 fuel pump now outputs a 20% increase across all pressures, making it a perfect match for your DeatschWerks injectors.

dw300 fuel pump review DeatschWerks has redesigned their DW300 fuel pump to offer greater flow with no significant increase in current draw. The new DW300 pump outputs a peak flow increase of 26% and an average of 20% increase across all pressures. The low amperage draw minimizes pump temperatures, maximizes pump life and reduces stress on OE wiring. dw300 fuel pump flow rates The increases in flow were specifically engineered for high pressures (60-90psi), where forced induction applications need it the most. Conversely, fuel flow has been limited at low pressures (30-50psi) to minimize heat generation in return fuel systems. This dual zone approach results in a flatter flow curve, which maximizes both performance and reliability for supercharged or turbocharged applications. There has not been a price increase or a part number change for the V2 DW300. In preparation for the transition, V2 DW300 fuel pumps have been shipping for several months. If you've purchased a DeatschWerks DW300 pump recently, you can be assured that it is the V2 design. Wondering what the advantages of installing a DW300 fuel pump might be?
  • Flows 340 liters per hour (90 gallons per hour)
  • In-tank application specific fitment
  • Ethanol compatible
  • 3-year no-fault warranty
  • Quiet and reliable turbine impeller
Stay tuned to the MAPerformance blog for updates about the DW300 including installation and reviews! Check out our DeatschWerks Fuel Pump Install Guide Here!

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  • Nick Technick DeVries: November 10, 2015

    Do they make an external version or are they in tank only?

  • Ian Hayes: November 10, 2015

    At what date would you say the new pumps started selling? Or are there any different markings, numbers on it compared to the og DW300? I got a pump a few months ago. Im not sure if its the new or old one…

  • Matt Duncan: November 10, 2015

    Today Chris Mills

  • Nick Technick DeVries: November 10, 2015

    Awesome! Thank you!

  • Chris Mills: November 10, 2015

    How old is that pic? lol

  • Chris Mills: November 10, 2015

    Still in-tank for now, have a 350iL inline pump that will be available soon.

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