i've got this idea in my head about a way to mount a belt driven aeromotive style fuel pump to my lsx motor and use the existing a/c belt tensioner to keep the belt between the pump and the balancer tight(take and make the cog style f.p pulley into serp style with a lathe). what i was thinkin though is that since the o.d. of the crank pulley is soooo much bigger than the o.d. of a 14tooth pump drive on a mandrel, isn't that just gonna be overdriving the fuel pump? is there such thing as a chart for belt drive pumps to figure out the final drive ratio?
i'm thinking i can get away with it because the pump is rated for up to 12krpms, and i'm only turnin 1/2 that, but again i'll be overdriving it so who knows what the pump will be turnin at 6500 at the motor i guess the bypass regulator would be on full tilt returning fuel to the tank, but it'd damn sure have the pressure and volume there when needed. would i need a highspeed bleed off valve kinda like enderle? or would a hiflowing regulator keep up by itself?