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Walboro fuel pump......

Old 07-31-2009, 01:14 PM
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Walboro fuel pump......

i have a 91 240sx SE 2.4L DOHC, does this motor take the same fuel pump as a SR20DET motor?
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Old 07-31-2009, 09:09 PM
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they are universal for the most part with very minor modifcations on some cars. the 255 will drop in any s-chassis with in minuites.
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Old 08-01-2009, 11:34 AM
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ohh ok thanks
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Old 08-01-2009, 02:34 PM
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who carries them besides ebay, like auto parts store or online?
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very common in any walk in performance shop or online. check with our vendors here.
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a while back i saw a comparison of several aftermarket fuel pumps, while walbro is not known for it's quality, it is one of the better pumps out there for the price. i bought one from expressfuelpumps.com becuase they claim to carry only genuine walbro pumps, but like i said, they're not known for their quality so it's debatable whether you're better off getting a knock off pump or not.

what is utter crap is walbros warranty. if a pump fails before the one year period, they'll replace it or at least they claim they will. that is assuming you send them the pump and the $40 they charge to inspect the pump. if upon inspection it is determined that the pump failed becuase of anything other than normal operation, not only will you need to buy another pump but you'll also be out $40.

i'm not saying you shouldn't get a walbro, i have one and it's worked great for about 3 years now. i just wish i knew all this ahead of time before i bought it and thought you'd like to know also.

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hhahah yea... i upgraded to a skyline GT-R pump which is the same pump used in a 300zx TT for my skyline

you could do it to a 240.
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alright thanks guys
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