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Old 08-23-2007, 06:02 PM   #1
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I went to a performance shop and the have this a MSD fuel pump for $149 its supposably a high volume fuel pump what kind of benefits should this pump give to my car??? car is stock.

Or should I go with a Walbro fuel pump for $100 or a Denso fuel pump for $120.
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Old 08-24-2007, 12:29 AM   #2
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I went to a performance shop and the have this a MSD fuel pump for $149 its supposably a high volume fuel pump what kind of benefits should this pump give to my car??? car is stock.

Or should I go with a Walbro fuel pump for $100 or a Denso fuel pump for $120.

Alot of Poeple go with the Walbro Fuel pump, so that is what i would go with, dont guy buy what the shops says there trying to sell what is most expensive, but alot of poeple on the forums that have a turbo car go with the walbro and you save 50 bucks what could be better?
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Old 08-24-2007, 01:18 AM   #3
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Dude I went with the walbro and it is a mammoth.

I wouldn't think the MSD any better than the walbro. I am sure it would not disappoint. But you may be paying a bit more for the brand.
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Yeah I was thinking of going with the walbro fuel pump. All my fuel system is stock anyways, and Im only planning on running 10psi of boost after I get my new fuel pump. Thanks guys.
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Old 08-24-2007, 02:08 PM   #5
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Yeah I was thinking of going with the walbro fuel pump. All my fuel system is stock anyways, and Im only planning on running 10psi of boost after I get my new fuel pump. Thanks guys.
u can run the 10 psi without the walbro

but the walbro is pretty good, im gonna use a twin 255lph setup on my car
and put relay for both of them and a switch for each of them
so i can have to setups depending the drivin g condition

but i have to set two fuel maps too, jus throwing it out there
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u can run the 10 psi without the walbro

but the walbro is pretty good, im gonna use a twin 255lph setup on my car
and put relay for both of them and a switch for each of them
so i can have to setups depending the drivin g condition

but i have to set two fuel maps too, jus throwing it out there
My current fuel pump isnt real good right now, but yeah im going with the walbro.

Take pics of your engine bay, post them in your build thread. I wanna see.
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The walbro and the rebuild makes my ride sound like a growling grumbling bear.
It's much more intense and aggresive now.

I just have to get the ecu solved. Glad I could help.
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