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Walbro High-Pressure 400lph In-tank Fuel Pump

anyone running this yet?

Walbro High-Pressure 400lph In-tank Fuel Pump - Modern Automotive Performance



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most likely Not because it is not a drop in pump and requires modification just like any other pump

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most likely Not because it is not a drop in pump and requires modification just like any other pump
-Requires modification to wiring, fuel lines and fuel module (Professional installation recommended)

^^im sure thats better than paying $600+ for twin hanger setup and pry easier than a bosch 44^^


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Without a center inlet design this won't be that simple to install. This pump also won't pump fuel into the canister like the stock pumps do so you would be well advised to return fuel to the canister. You also don't need to spend $600+ on a dual hanger setup.



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Guy at a local shop was telling me about these. No center inlet huh. Also who would need this much fuel and not have a return setup already


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A return line is different from the modifications to the canister needed to use this pump.



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-Requires modification to wiring, fuel lines and fuel module (Professional installation recommended)

^^im sure thats better than paying $600+ for twin hanger setup and pry easier than a bosch 44^^
Why would you run something unproven. If your going to hack a canister put a bosch in it. Its not that hard, and the pickup problems have been solved.



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Why would you run something unproven. If your going to hack a canister put a bosch in it. Its not that hard, and the pickup problems have been solved.
Where does it say I'm going to run this? I was asking if anyone has PROVEN it, and the fullblown setup is over $600 along with dcr's twin 44 setup...I already have the fullblown setup, and agreed if anyone was runing this pump I'm sure they would have a return line


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What the hell is wrong with you Evan, just run a 044, "bruh" lol
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What the hell is wrong with you Evan, just run a 044, "bruh" lol
LMAO, i already got a fullblown setup bruh , i mean there was the w255, the b44, the dw300, and now the w400....just trying to see a comparison on performance/price/install.......


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LMAO, i already got a fullblown setup bruh , i mean there was the w255, the b44, the dw300, and now the w400....just trying to see a comparison on performance/price/install.......
Whats with all the haters lately? Shit, If I had not already just bought a new 255 I would pick it up and see how well it works.
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Whats with all the haters lately? Shit, If I had not already just bought a new 255 I would pick it up and see how well it works.
lol idk, just wondering if anyone has tested it out yet so i would'nt have to


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Did my 044 install and got tuned and made the power I wanted... BamO. Just do the 044

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Did my 044 install and got tuned and made the power I wanted... BamO. Just do the 044
how much power did you make?


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i too did an 044. made it real nice and actually kept the canister somewhat intact. fits great and no pick up issues. it actually sets the sock slightly lower and farther back than stock. but i too would be curious about this pump just to see what all is out there for options if someone didnt want to do the bosch or something.

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