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Autotech Hi-Volume Fuel Pump Upgrade Kit Mazda Mazdaspeed 3 2007-2013 / Mazdaspeed 6 2006-2007 / VW/Audi 2.0T Engines

$349.96 $399.95 (You save $49.99)
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10-127-100K
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Product Description

The Autotech HPFP kit offers the highest quality, solid engineering, and the greatest value from any high pressure fuel pump on the market.  

The Autotech HPFP can achieve flow rates 50% higher than the original pump, essentially removing pump limitations from the equation, even on high-end turbo upgrades.

The problem with the Mazdaspeed 3 and 6 is that the factory High Pressure Fuel Pump (HPFP) internals can't handle the extra fuel demand brought on by upgrading to higher flowing downpipes and intakes. When you add these upgrades, the factory fuel pump will begin to drop like what is shown in this graph. 

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As you can see, fuel pressure drops hard at peak load and has trouble keeping up. With an upgraded Autotech HPFP, your car will be able to maintain fuel pressure no problem. In fact, the Autotech HPFP Upgrade is the only fuel mod between you and your Mazdaspeed 3 or 6 and making up to 400whp. 

It is a good idea to have a Cobb Tuning Accessport at the time of this upgrade as that will allow you to monitor your fuel pressure and give you peace of mind that the HPFP internals were installed correctly. Not to mention all the tuning benefits you get as well. Make sure and ask us about our Autotech/AP Combo Deal!


Autotech Fuel Pump Internals continue to be the benchmark that imitators strive to reach. However, it is not easily duplicated.

  • Each piston (9.8mm diameter) and cylinder in Autotech HPFP kit undergo a high-precision grinding processes many times during manufacturing, ensuring that the most precise tolerances are maintained through the final step. Not the cheapest way to make them but the best way.
  • Each piston and cylinder are match-ground and serialized to ensure absolute precision and the utmost longevity.
  • Autotech was the first to incorporate plasma DLC coating on HPFP components to reduce friction losses and increase performance. Others have tried to follow by adding a coating to their parts. However, the DLC process alone is not enough, it is not a cure for substandard precision.  The parts must be precisely engineered for the process to take full advantage.  The success we have in the field can attest to that.

Want more info on why you need an hpfp upgrade on your Mazdaspeed or VW?  Check out our blog article about it right here.

 

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  1. Needed to Go Fast

    Posted by Robbie on 5th Jun 2016

    This HPFP is needed if you want to do anything major to your Mazdaspeed. After the install I could immediately feel a difference when I was at full throttle or even when I was at idle; The car just felt smoother overall. The fuel pressure stays at around 1750 - 1850 psi strong under hard acceleration, so if your fuel pump is having trouble keeping up with your mods (downpipe, intake, etc) I would highly recommend getting this part. Shipping was quick, install was relatively painless (if you are planning to do this upgrade at home you NEED a vice clamp to remove the stuck OEM pump; it is really stuck in there!). Overall great product!

  2. Hpfp

    Posted by Marcus on 11th Jan 2016

    Have nothing to say about the product atm. Need to test it properly before commenting the internals. Straight forward installation guide, if you not clean the pumphouse it take 5min to install new bits (pretty new car) in the house and 1-1.5h installation time or even less. Thanks to edgeautosport regarding good products so far and shipping and good packing!

  3. hpfp mazdaspeed3

    Posted by Unknown on 2nd Jun 2015

    works great install is pretty easy . cobb has a install video feel free to skip the step where they drain the fuel .

  4. never dips below 1600psi!

    Posted by Andrew & Serena (speed3) on 7th May 2015

    My fuel pressure is solid now. I installed these auto tech internals on my 2012 speed3 and now i hold 1700-1900 psi strong during WOT. i recently had my car tuned and everything is looking solid at 21psi on stock K04. The install was straight forward. I removed my cobb intake/turbo inlet hose for more room but it was not necessary. Install tip: the 18mm socket needed to break the internals free must be a DEEP 1/2 socket. Thin walled. Enjoy and happy boosting!

  5. surface rust :/

    Posted by CX-7 Modder on 25th Apr 2015

    First I would like to say that besides my internals the rest of my order was spot on. My JBR boost tubes and bpv hose were in perfect condition and arrived pretty quickly, as well as my CPE TMIC. However, my Autotech internals arrived with some surface rust. I was very disappointed in the fact that I spent all this money on them and they weren't in pristean condition upon arrival. I emailed edge and never received a response. Step it up edge, we work hard to mod

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