DeatschWerks has expanded its fuel pump range to now cover Volkswagen and Audi 1.8t applications. Brand new for 2014, the DW65v fuel pump is the company’s first application-specific fuel pump for the European market.
Like the rest of DeatschWerks’ DW65 pump series (DW65c and DW65a), this “v” version flows 265 lph and can support 500 hp. The DW65 series of pumps are characterized by their specialty fitment, allowing 100% drop-in fitment for applications that don’t take a standard-size fuel pump. The DW65v has the same pick up points as the factory pump and utilizes a system identical to stock to maintain the bucket’s fuel level, avoiding fuel starvation at low fuel levels or in high cornering. All DeatschWerks fuel pumps come with an industry-leading 3-year warranty.
DeatschWerks has redesigned the DW300 (V2) 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.
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, so customers can be assured that recent purchase of DW300's are of the V2 design.
DeatschWerks NEWS! / Official Formula SAE Equipment Supplier
University of Oklahoma Sooner Racing Team (SRT)
DeatschWerks is happy to announce our partnership with Formula SAE. We have decided to become an official equipment supplier to the 2014 Formula SAE Series. This year three events are being held. The First competition is Formula Hybrid being held at Dartmouth College in New Hampshire on April 28th - May 1st. Next is Formula SAE Michigan, at the Michigan International Raceway on May 14th-17th. The final competition is Formula SAE Lincoln in Nebraska, at the Lincoln Air Park on June 18th-21st.
Current Team Sponsorships:
University of central florida
DW65c 265 LPH Fuel Pump
University of Oklahoma
University of Illinois, Chicago
Injector & Fuel Pump Services
We are excited to be apart of these organizations and proud to be a part of the learning process for these future engineers.
FUN FACTS! / Saturn V Rocket Injector Article
Heroicrelics.org wrote an article on the a fuel injector for the Saturn V Rocket. This engine would consume an Olympic swimming pool amount of liquid fuel in 10 seconds, getting around .6 to .7 feet/gallon.