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Old 10-05-2012, 02:33 AM   #1
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Fuel pump, best place to buy?

So wheres the best place to find a fuel pump ?
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So wheres the best place to find a fuel pump ?
I got mine from AM but I'm sure there are cheaper places. A lot of brands are actually walbro so your local parts stores might be the best place to start.
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Ok .. Ya I looked at am jus couldnt decide If tht was the best deal or not.
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Yup..I just got a holley 190lph and it has a nice walbro brand on it
I needed mine asap and found it at a local parts place. Also with a lifetime warranty.
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Ya I need one too how much was yours?
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I'm looking too but what size should I get? I have stock motor except B303 cam and exhaust and switch to MAF. Is there a good after market fuel pump? Planning on more mods in the future and don't wanna waist money on something I'll need to switch in a year or so.
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I'm looking too but what size should I get? I have stock motor except B303 cam and exhaust and switch to MAF. Is there a good after market fuel pump? Planning on more mods in the future and don't wanna waist money on something I'll need to switch in a year or so.
A 190 will support some hefty mods, if you plan on forced induction though you'll want to get a 255lph.
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A 190 will support some hefty mods, if you plan on forced induction though you'll want to get a 255lph.
+1 that would be my advice also.
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Ya I need one too how much was yours?
I payed $130 for mine at the parts store. But I know summit has a 255lph walbro for $99!..I didn't price there 190lph but I would assume maybe $10-15 cheaper.
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