Well That sure is helpful.Walbro
No shit, I hope its not the same A1000.Well That sure is helpful.
Another a1000 or look at one of the pumps made by Magnastar.
Sure are cocky for some newb who post some useless recommendation.No shit, I hope its not the same A1000.
Right cuz all Walbro pumps have to be intank:lame: 2 walbro pumps should be fine.Sure are cocky for some newb who post some useless recommendation.
I mean, if he was still running an in-tank pump only he indeed might need a Walbro.
How about a:
or perhaps he would need a GSS340 Walbro High pressure pump that is recommended for boosted applications.
That would be useful. Don't become a smartass on here till you at least become smart...
I have a sump.. -10 to fuel pump the rest of it is all -8..return is -6The walbro pumps are good pumps for sure, like Mike mentioned - the GSS340 is an excellent choice, but you will need two. That alone makes it a better idea to get a "GOOD" single pump. Not to mention the price of additional fittings.
For your car, the A1000 is a premium choice - it's durable and long lasting.
If you must replace it with something different, MY choice would be magnafuel - I think all of their pumps are continous duty rated.
A couple of things to consider, first - What kind of pickup are you using? Is it a sump? If not, it NEEDS to be. Second, is there a pre-filter? Is it clean?
What size lines to and from?
Normally those pumps don't lose volume, they typicall just quit. I don't think they have vanes that wear. I seem to remember them bieng an eccentric design like an oil pump?
Regardless, I'd be sure the filter is clean, the pumps is getting full voltage at WOT (it should have a relay and the sump is IMPORTANT!!!)... pickup tubes are not the best by any means, especially on a car that has enough power to use a lot of the pump's output...functioning regulator? reference line leaking?
just some food for thought.