Steve Turner
Former Editor, 5.0 Mustang & Super Fords
August 1, 2005

Ever hammer the gas and see your fuel pressure go in the wrong direction? Worse yet, have you ever hammered on the throttle and felt your Mustang go nowhere in a hurry? Such was the case on our in-house '98 Mustang Cobra. After a run-in with a gas station that closed down days later, our fuel pump suddenly overheated one day on the drive home. It turns out there was some really nasty stuff in that tank of gas.

Since it was obviously time to step up to a new fuel pump, we decided to go bigger and better. It's rare that you can have an oversized fuel system on a supercharged Mustang. With that in mind, we stepped up to one of Holley Performance Products' 255-lph in-tank replacement fuel pumps designed for the rigors of forced induction. Check the photos and captions to see the mess we cleaned up along with the new pump.

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