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NEW: Coyote/Boss Return Style Fuel Systems now Available!!

Lethal Performance is excited to let everyone know that we now have complete return style fuel systems for the 2011-2013 GT's and Boss 302's. These systems were designed to handle several different HP ratings and use the highest quality components available.

If you have any questions regarding this system or any of it's components please feel free to give us a call.


Lethal Performance 2011+ Coyote 5.0L 850-1800rwhp Return Style Fuel System - Lethal Performance - Fuel Systems - Fuel Delivery - 2012-2013 Boss Mustang 302



With the release of the CP-E 2011+ S197 fuel hat, we're excited announce several different return style fuel systems for the 2011+ Coyote owner in need of more fuel.

These fuel systems are designed to help safely support higher hp levels and come with everything needed for a complete installation. So whether you're looking to support 700rwhp or 1800rwhp, we have a kit specifically designed just for you.

One of the major improvements these new systems offer are the single feed line. In the past, our systems used a different fuel hat which required the use of a 3-into-1 y-block. That also created the need for more lines and fittings making the system cost more and more difficult to install. The new systems use the CP-E hat which has a single outlet and single return eliminating the use of an external y-block.

The CP-E fuel hat is a direct replacement for your stock fuel hat. Simply remove the stock setup and the CP-E hat drops right in. The CP-E hat uses the same OEM venturi setup and level sender as the stock pump system did so your fuel level will always read accurately.

Easy to Upgrade- If at any point you grow out of the system you're in and need to step up to the next system to support more hp all you need is the pumps as all of the systems are the same except for the pumps.



NOTE: When choosing the 1800rwhp pump option, you will receive a total of three (3) Walbro 400 lph pumps as well as the proper wiring harness to supply power to all 3 pumps.



System Includes:
CP-E 2011+ S197 Triple Pump Return Style Fuel Hat
Metco Fuel Rails (Clear Anodized)
DivisionX 10 Micron Fuel Filter
Aeromotive Pro-Series 4 Port 1:1 Boost Reference EFI Fuel Pressure Regulator
(2) Walbro 255lph, 400lph or DivisionX 340lph Fuel Pumps (Choose from drop down menu)
Lethal Performance Dual or Triple Relay Wiring Harness (Triple harness included only with 1800rwhp system)
CHM 0-100psi Fuel Pressure Regulator
XRP and Fragola Fuel Fittings
Fragola Push-Lite Fuel Hose
Loom Clamps, Self Tapping Screws and Zip Ties
Vacuum Hose and T- Fitting for Boost Reference
Complete Installation Guide with Diagram



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I have heard mixed reviews on a return fuel system. One of the negatives was the temperature of the gasoline increasing in a short amount of time and causing pressure to increase in the tank itself... Is this true and if so what kind of issues would it cause.


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I have heard mixed reviews on a return fuel system. One of the negatives was the temperature of the gasoline increasing in a short amount of time and causing pressure to increase in the tank itself... Is this true and if so what kind of issues would it cause.
The systems we offer use multiple smaller intank pumps as opposed to older return systems that used a larger single pump(s). I believe when most people speak about overheating fuel in return setups they're speaking of the older style setups and not the new ones. That's also why older systems that used large intank pumps are recommended to be used with speed controllers as if they run at 13.5V continuously they will start to overheat. That's not the issue with the smaller intake pumps we use.

All of the pumps we use in our return systems are designed by OEM manufacturers such as Walbro and TI. They're specifically meant to be installed and run in an intank environment. I own several cars which I've converted to return style and couldn't be happier. The cars run better, support more power and are easier to tune. I also haven't experienced any issues as well from supposed heated fuel. My cars have all been driven on the street and get beaten on at the track.

We've also sold hundreds upon hundreds of these systems over the last few years and have never received a complaint about fuel overheating.

Lastly to answer your question. If the tank gets pressurized the Evap system will help to relieve that pressure and you really shouldn't experience any issues. To this date I've never seen an issue appear so I'm going to say with confidence it's not something you need to worry about.

Let me know if you have any other questions.

Thanks, Jared

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