NOW AVAILABLE KPD Stage 1 & Stage 2 Bucketless LPFP Brackets

KPDcompany

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We have been working on these for a while to enter the N54/N55 Market. We have had great feedback from our testers and they are finally available from Black Market Parts. These are the least expensive brackets on the market but are VERY well made and are much lighter in weight. The Materials used are a Carbon Fiber Nylon Composite and all Stainless Steel Hardware. You can purchase the bracket(s) alone or with any addition parts needed (Fuel Pump, Fittings, etc.) Buy only what YOU need, this is great for the DIY guy who wants to put his out Bucketless setup together. This Thread will serve as an information thread. Any questions, concerns, comments, or reviews can go in this thread. Here's the Link to buy them and a few pictures.

STAGE 2 Bracket
http://www.bm-parts.com/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=220

STAGE 3 Modular Bracket

http://www.bm-parts.com/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=221


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langsbr

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Are you having issues when low on fuel? I have a pr stage 2 pump right now and was debating getting a bucketless for more flow, but if I pretty much need a hydramat too, I'd just add soon get the PR stage 3 upgrade.
 

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Are you having issues when low on fuel? I have a pr stage 2 pump right now and was debating getting a bucketless for more flow, but if I pretty much need a hydramat too, I'd just add soon get the PR stage 3 upgrade.
No issues running out of fuel running E50.
Only upgrade to fuel system was this bracket and a Warblo 450.
I submit Data logs almost daily here if you would like to take a look https://bmw.spoolstreet.com/threads/n54-stock-dme-flex-fuel.1185/page-52#post-49490
 

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aus335iguy

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I have a regular trip down the coast and sometimes I have to manage low fuel levels so I went to the trouble and expense of putting in a hydramat because although it’ll likely be fine I want an extra bit of insurance
 

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I have ran the tank to almost empty with no issues, the lowest I have let it go with still getting on it hard is about an 1/8th of a tank. Please remember that A LOT of cars run bucketless from the factory including the F10 M5 and tons of others.
 

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I have ran the tank to almost empty with no issues, the lowest I have let it go with still getting on it hard is about an 1/8th of a tank. Please remember that A LOT of cars run bucketless from the factory including the F10 M5 and tons of others.
Yes theyre bucketless but they also have other solutions engineered to do that. The e9x does not.
 

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Correct, but the FPR is always bleeding excess fuel off to the right side of the tank. If you are that worried I would suggest getting a bucketed setup.
Bucketed setup uses some of the pump output to drive the Venturi. This is capacity that could be used to make power, hence using a hydramat and going bucketless is a better idea.
 
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Someone post an actual installed pic of the dual setup.

I'm trying to install it and there's no way it's going to fit. NONE.
Is the hole smaller on an E8x?
 

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Someone post an actual installed pic of the dual setup.

I'm trying to install it and there's no way it's going to fit. NONE.
Is the hole smaller on an E8x?

I tried to send you a PM but it wouldn't let me. Email me @ [email protected] for the instructions. The Single pump goes in first then the secondary pump slides down on the primary pump and bolted in from the top.