View Full Version : replacing with performance parts instead of oem


notfastenoughyet
06-26-2012, 10:07 PM
Sorry for not being a v8. i'm need some input.

2002 firebird
3.8l v6
auto
only mods are catback exhaust, k&n filter and tb spacer.
I need a new fuel pump and the cheapest one is a granatelli performance pump. the rest range from like $250-$600. Will the performance pump last as long or will it cause other parts to fail prematurely? i know putting a pump good for 775 hp is an over kill on a 200 hp dd. but my main question is, will it really matter?


my weekend warrior is a 2000 ws6,m6, with mild bolt-ons and an agressive tune.

TyCZ28
06-26-2012, 10:32 PM
would prolly have to get a fuel pressure regulator... otherwise the rest of the engine will see the same PSI as stock..

Then again a 5.3 swap mod wouldnt hurt haha

2win_SS
06-26-2012, 11:41 PM
You should be Sorry you have a V6!!! Lmao nah I'm JK. just run OEM. that's me.

My6speedZ
06-26-2012, 11:57 PM
For a v6 just goto any autoparts storm and just get one.

notfastenoughyet
06-27-2012, 05:42 AM
you should have finished reading. i do have an ls1. if anyone interested, check my pics. the red one is a 2000 ws6, my silver one is a 2002 base v6 and is my dd. gotta love the birds.

notfastenoughyet
06-27-2012, 05:43 AM
For a v6 just goto any autoparts storm and just get one.

i'm trying to avoid paying $375 for a new pump if i can pay less than $200.

My6speedZ
06-27-2012, 09:42 AM
Ok well I know you have a ls car but from your post it seemed you needed one for the v6

I figured advance would have a motor for ya but they are all going to try and sell you the whole thing.