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Walbro Fuel Pump Installation DIY

Postby amabsolute » Sun Aug 09, 2009 11:05 pm

Couldnt have asked for a better write up, thanks guys

quote-Do you remember the size on the O-rings ?
I just ordered them from the stealership at $2.80 a piece, if you get them elsewhere make sure that they are gas resistant(neoprene or something)
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Postby SpeedySolara » Mon Aug 10, 2009 3:12 am

carstenmeiner wrote:Nice DIY :D
Did you buy the pump on Ebay ? Is it a 190 L/Hr Walbro ?
Do you remember the size on the O-rings ?


Yes, I bought this fuel pump on eBay and its a walbro 190 lph (this DIY was done on my car, thats why I know). As for the O-rings, that would have to be answered by Adam.

ArizonaEagle07 wrote:May I ask what benefits do you get with this Fuel Pump if any?


I haven't seen any benefits as of yet. I dont think it pulls any harder or wastes any more gas but I'd assume so. I haven't driven it much since so I cant say it does for sure. I'll try to update before I up my boost or do my exhaust.
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Postby Nameless91 » Sat Mar 13, 2010 12:54 am

This should be left to the pros since there is a chance of accidental spark and explosion.
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Postby ASG14 » Sat Mar 13, 2010 12:59 am

^ Um.......then you should probably let a Pro pump your own gas as well, since a spark can cause an explosion.
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Postby Nameless91 » Sat Mar 13, 2010 1:01 am

ASG14 wrote:^ Um.......then you should probably let a Pro pump your own gas as well, since a spark can cause an explosion.


I didn't mean it like that...
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