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Old 09-04-2007, 03:50 AM
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fuel pump question

ok so i just need to know if the 2.3L fuel pump is the same as the 2.2L vtec fuel pump or the same as any of the other preludes at least as far as the LPH goes i can always splice
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not sure if the lph is the same but i have an h23 fuel pump in my 96. and it has held a 75 shot without a prob.
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whats the difference between the walbro 190, 255 and 255 hp? which one is better for stock purposes? thanks
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whats the difference between the walbro 190, 255 and 255 hp? which one is better for stock purposes? thanks
255 would be better. it can support a little over 600 whp on stock lines but still be ran on a stock car. It's better to have more then not enough. Also the rate of fuel flow is controlled by the FPR so a would say get a 255 and call it a day.
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i got the gss-341 from walbro, but its not the regular 255, is this too much power?
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i got the gss-341 from walbro, but its not the regular 255, is this too much power?
You don't make any power from having a fuel pump. The fuel pressure regulator decides how much fuel is passed threw. Aslong as your pump can keep up to the damand your good.
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But if i use the walbro 255 hp then wouldnt that overwork the fpr? I was thinking more of the 255 oem, since there is 190, 255 and 255 hp.

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