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Old 10-26-2006, 11:26 PM   #1
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I am going to be installing my d1sc kit. and i was going to get a cheapo inline fuel pump. But after reading all the **** thats going on with fuel pressure dropping i would like to avoid this problem. Whats a real good pump i can get, something that wont mess up on me. Could you prvide links too. Hows the Bosch one at ls1speed?

i have a 2000 z28

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Old 10-28-2006, 10:16 PM   #2
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Put an in-tank pump in. An inline fuel pump will only pull as much fuel as the one in-tank. Save yourself the hassle, and do it right the first time. I always ran a Walbro 340m (255lph) in tank from Nasty Performance.
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I got my 255 lph on ebay brand new here http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Camar...QQcmdZViewItem PS: it was on my door in less then a week
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I hear the Walbros have a ton of problems. Is there a better brand? Also will i need to upgrade the size of my fuel lines?
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I hear the Walbros have a ton of problems. Is there a better brand? Also will i need to upgrade the size of my fuel lines?
I havent heard that and most people seem to have no issues with them. I think the main issue was modification of the pumps plastic bucket.

Larger fuel lines will depend on how much power you are making.
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I never had an issue with my Walbro. Had it in the tank for over two years.
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I never had an issue with my Walbro. Had it in the tank for over two years.
Ive had mine 2 years without a single problem.
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http://www.exoticperformanceplus.com....html?item=777
This Walbro pump works very well. Bob
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