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Old 09-21-2012, 11:53 AM   #1
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holley 190lph fuel pump

So my car didn't start this morning for work, and I didn't hear the fuel pump prime. I believe my relay is workin because I did hear the pump ”click” but not prime.
Anywho this is my DD so I have already ordered a holley 190lph pump and o.e relay that will be in tomorrow morning.
my question is if anyone has opinions on the 190? I realize it's smart to upgrade while you're fixin stuff but I could only afford a 190 (I believe 155 is stock?) not a 225. I know it's a matter of $30-40 but that $30-40 needs to go in my gas tank to get my *** to work!
Any opinions?...
Is my stock regulator going to be ok?..I fakin hope so cause that's not in this weeks budget but I would think it would be ok as the return line should flow the extra fuel correct?..

PS.. There goes my goddamn bar $$$ FFFFUUUUUU****!!!!
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Re: holley 190lph fuel pump

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So my car didn't start this morning for work, and I didn't hear the fuel pump prime. I believe my relay is workin because I did hear the pump ”click” but not prime.
Anywho this is my DD so I have already ordered a holley 190lph pump and o.e relay that will be in tomorrow morning.
my question is if anyone has opinions on the 190? I realize it's smart to upgrade while you're fixin stuff but I could only afford a 190 (I believe 155 is stock?) not a 225. I know it's a matter of $30-40 but that $30-40 needs to go in my gas tank to get my *** to work!
Any opinions?...
Is my stock regulator going to be ok?..I fakin hope so cause that's not in this weeks budget but I would think it would be ok as the return line should flow the extra fuel correct?..

PS.. There goes my goddamn bar $$$ FFFFUUUUUU****!!!!
You will be fine with the 190 lph and your regulator will work ok with it too.
You probably could have found a Walbro unbranded one for less money.
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You will be fine with the 190 lph and your regulator will work ok with it too.
You probably could have found a Walbro unbranded one for less money.
+1, I have a 250lph pump and stock regulator and it's fine. Fuel pressure is still where it needs to be.
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You will be fine with the 190 lph and your regulator will work ok with it too.
You probably could have found a Walbro unbranded one for less money.
Yeah walbro has a 255lph at summit for $99.99 I guess I am paying a bit more to have the parts by tomorrow morning im payin $15 more for a 190 lph dang!..oh well i need Parts asap at least ill be happy with an upgrade a feel better about fuel my pressure.
Usually I like to be able to think ahead of time with upgrades and take my time. That's the price I'm payin DD'n my stangbang.
But knowing it's still an upgrade makes me feel better bout it

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+1, I have a 250lph pump and stock regulator and it's fine. Fuel pressure is still where it needs to be.
Good shizz I figured it'd be ok just wanted to make sure..

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Oh and thanks for the help ya'll!
Now it's time to get hillbilly and start tearing apart my stang in da parkin lot!..lol
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Fukin OWWW!!!..note to self when installing carpet remember to pull the relay through the carpet!..
I buried mine and in the process of pulling it through the cAhpet managed to gouge my thumb!..DAMN!!!..
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Fukin OWWW!!!..note to self when installing carpet remember to pull the relay through the carpet!..
I buried mine and in the process of pulling it through the cAhpet managed to gouge my thumb!..DAMN!!!..
I know someone is bound to ask, how the heck did you manage to do that. Lol
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I know someone is bound to ask, how the heck did you manage to do that. Lol
Well I made small cut only big enough for the plug not the relay so whilst try to disconnect the relay (under the carpet blindly) I managed to rip it out past my thumb lol..
Mind you this was within 10 min of workin. DOH!!
Plus it was raining so I was gettin soaked under the car grrr!
But now im at a standstill cuz I don't have a 3/8 drive 1/2” socket OR 1/2” box wrench to remove the gas tank straps. Waitin for my neighbor to bring some fukin tools :/
A bit aggravating but it is what it is.
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Fukin OWWW!!!..note to self when installing carpet remember to pull the relay through the carpet!..
I buried mine and in the process of pulling it through the cAhpet managed to gouge my thumb!..DAMN!!!..
I did the exact same thing removing the relay from my 87 gt! That frackin hurt!
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Well I made small cut only big enough for the plug not the relay so whilst try to disconnect the relay (under the carpet blindly) I managed to rip it out past my thumb lol..
Mind you this was within 10 min of workin. DOH!!
Plus it was raining so I was gettin soaked under the car grrr!
But now im at a standstill cuz I don't have a 3/8 drive 1/2” socket OR 1/2” box wrench to remove the gas tank straps. Waitin for my neighbor to bring some fukin tools :/
A bit aggravating but it is what it is.
Ouch, hope the install goes smooth, at least to help the day get better.
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I would soak the strap bolts with some oil while your waiting if you got any handy.

I also burried my relay when I put in my carpet. Also burried the seat belt bolts as you remember. Mental note when someone's doing a carpet install we will remind them not to gosh dam bury everything.lol
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Yeah I've been hosing it down with p/b blaster since I started. Now would be a good time to have aerokroil er wutever dat shats called!
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Yeah I've been hosing it down with p/b blaster since I started. Now would be a good time to have aerokroil er wutever dat shats called!
Dats what its called. The best stuff there is.
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I have a 1/2” socket but it a girly 1/4” drive lol. My 15mm and 1/2” 3/8 drive sockets are mysteriously missing.
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I have a 1/2” socket but it a girly 1/4” drive lol. My 15mm and 1/2” 3/8 drive sockets are mysteriously missing.
youll have that. you never know where dem dam sockets will be when you need them. thats why i have resorted to having about 3 complete sets with about 100 spare sockets. lol
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Question. Is the return line quick disconnect the same as the ones one the fuel filter?(little white tabs)..im thinkin it is but the tab has been broken off?.
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Question. Is the return line quick disconnect the same as the ones one the fuel filter?(little white tabs)..im thinkin it is but the tab has been broken off?.
Yes.
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Yes.
Ok. Then I know I can just break the rest of the tab. I saved one from the filter that I can reuse and I'll have 2 new ones wit da filter.
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Ok. Then I know I can just break the rest of the tab. I saved one from the filter that I can reuse and I'll have 2 new ones wit da filter.
Thank brah!.
No prob man.
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Re: holley 190lph fuel pump

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Yeah walbro has a 255lph at summit for $99.99 I guess I am paying a bit more to have the parts by tomorrow morning im payin $15 more for a 190 lph dang!..oh well i need Parts asap at least ill be happy with an upgrade a feel better about fuel my pressure.
Usually I like to be able to think ahead of time with upgrades and take my time. That's the price I'm payin DD'n my stangbang.
But knowing it's still an upgrade makes me feel better bout it

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Good shizz I figured it'd be ok just wanted to make sure..

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Oh and thanks for the help ya'll!
Now it's time to get hillbilly and start tearing apart my stang in da parkin lot!..lol
Go to Autozone get a Airtek E2448 Focus SVT Pump.... 65.99
Will drop in and flows up to 290lph and made by Walbro, stamped
right on the side Walbro made in the U.S.A. Picked mine up going to
install tomorrow..........
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Go to Autozone get a Airtek E2448 Focus SVT Pump.... 65.99
Will drop in and flows up to 290lph and made by Walbro, stamped
right on the side Walbro made in the U.S.A. Picked mine up going to
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Drops right in a fox tank and hooks up the same as factory??
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Go to Autozone get a Airtek E2448 Focus SVT Pump.... 65.99
Will drop in and flows up to 290lph and made by Walbro, stamped
right on the side Walbro made in the U.S.A. Picked mine up going to
install tomorrow..........
Huh?..that sounds like a steal! My only question is at what psi does it maintain 290lph? There are pumps that advertise high lph but at certain psi that drops off a bit.
I would only question it because that's a 6cyl pump right?...
I'm not doubting you one bit I'm just curious.
I know my pump will flow 190lph constant @ 80psi

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Drops right in a fox tank and hooks up the same as factory??
Another good point. Inlet and outlet lines. Mounting bracket ect. ect.
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Huh?..that sounds like a steal! My only question is at what psi does it maintain 290lph? There are pumps that advertise high lph but at certain psi that drops off a bit.
I would only question it because that's a 6cyl pump right?...
I'm not doubting you one bit I'm just curious.
I know my pump will flow 190lph constant @ 80psi

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Another good point. Inlet and outlet lines. Mounting bracket ect. ect.
If its a factory fit guess where this guys going tomorrow
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If its a factory fit guess where this guys going tomorrow
Strip club?...
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Strip club?...
I like the way you think! Great minds think alike
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I like the way you think! Great minds think alike
True story!..*buuuuurp hiccup*
BRING ON THE DANCIN LADIES!!..Wooooohooo *burp hiccup* °
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Re: holley 190lph fuel pump

Yes drops right in the Mustang basket

Part Number:
E2448
Weight:
0.9 lbs
Warranty:
1 YR
Gaskets Included: Yes
Inlet Attachement: Inlet-StrainerInlet Count: 1
Item Grade: OEM Standard
Maximum Free Flow Rate (gph): 75
Maximum Pressure Range (psi): 110
Minimum Free Flow Rate (gph): 55
Minimum Pressure Range (psi): 85
Outlet Attachment: Outlet-HoseConnect
Outlet Count: 1
Outlet Size: Outlet - .348
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Yes drops right in the Mustang basket

Part Number:
E2448
Weight:
0.9 lbs
Warranty:
1 YR
Gaskets Included: Yes
Inlet Attachement: Inlet-StrainerInlet Count: 1
Item Grade: OEM Standard
Maximum Free Flow Rate (gph): 75
Maximum Pressure Range (psi): 110
Minimum Free Flow Rate (gph): 55
Minimum Pressure Range (psi): 85
Outlet Attachment: Outlet-HoseConnect
Outlet Count: 1
Outlet Size: Outlet - .348
Hmm, looks like I might need to make a trip to autozone then. Thanks for the info!
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Yes drops right in the Mustang basket

Part Number:
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Weight:
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1 YR
Gaskets Included: Yes
Inlet Attachement: Inlet-StrainerInlet Count: 1
Item Grade: OEM Standard
Maximum Free Flow Rate (gph): 75
Maximum Pressure Range (psi): 110
Minimum Free Flow Rate (gph): 55
Minimum Pressure Range (psi): 85
Outlet Attachment: Outlet-HoseConnect
Outlet Count: 1
Outlet Size: Outlet - .348
Thanks for the specs!..I might just go for this
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This pump is in stock at my local auto zone! My only other question is do you need to run a pigtail?
And I know it might not matter because it's mix n match but there site says it doesn't fit my application.
I understand it can drop right in and work but do I need ANYTHING else for this or is it that simple ”plug and play?.
The pump sock thingy looks different (I know not all pics are of the actual product). Does it sit as far down or up as the stocker?.

http://www.autozone.com/autozone/par...er=867920_0_0_
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This pump is in stock at my local auto zone! My only other question is do you need to run a pigtail?
And I know it might not matter because it's mix n match but there site says it doesn't fit my application.
I understand it can drop right in and work but do I need ANYTHING else for this or is it that simple ”plug and play?.
The pump sock thingy looks different (I know not all pics are of the actual product). Does it sit as far down or up as the stocker?.

http://www.autozone.com/autozone/par...er=867920_0_0_
I don't see that one working without a good bit of modification. Here's the one that belongs for reference.
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I don't see that one working without a good bit of modification. Here's the one that belongs for reference.
Fromall I have read and people who have done the swap just dropped
it in. Here is a pick of mine it comes with 2 different socks... it also
comes with a pigtail...

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From what I've read it will work in the 98-up fuel systems, can't find anything on it working in a fox.

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I am very curious about it now. Lol post some pics up if you don't mind, it may help some of us later on down the road.
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Yes please post all you can as you know we're all curious!.
For now I will have to stick with a direct fit pump.
But im thinkin I'm gunna cut the spot in the floor for easy access if I need to change a pump later on. Have any of you fox guys done that yet?.
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Yes please post all you can as you know we're all curious!.
For now I will have to stick with a direct fit pump.
But im thinkin I'm gunna cut the spot in the floor for easy access if I need to change a pump later on. Have any of you fox guys done that yet?.
I remember some posts about it awhile back. I Can't remember how it was done though.
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Ahh here yah go. Easy way to change fuel pump lol
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