Fuel Walbro Svt Focus 284 Lph Fuel Pumps For Cheap? Yep And I Will Tell You Where To Get Them

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  1. psychorugby

    psychorugby Active Member

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    Same here... I think I might need a fuel pump soon (even though this is the 3rd or 4th pump in the car).
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  2. chaos254

    chaos254 Founding Member

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    Has anyone actually installed this in their 94/95?

    Sent from my HTC rezound
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  3. 94blackcobra

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    Yes, I installed this fuel pump. It is 100% plug and play. It is identical in dimensions and electrical connections as the pump I pulled out, which was the original fuel pump.
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  4. igotyofire

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    So nobody has answered this guys question.....i guess thats the only concern?

    Also what is the stock one rated at? isn't stock like 155? i guess the fuel pressure regulator keeps everything in check?
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  5. 99FiveOh

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    The stock one is like 88lph or something like that. I know it's not over 100 for sure.
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  6. srtthis

    srtthis the guy doing it does every local racers rear end

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    it is... ive put them in all kinds of ****
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  7. srtthis

    srtthis the guy doing it does every local racers rear end

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    btw avator pumps flowed more then the SVT focus pumps IIRC they were around 325 LPH

    just looked it up
    avator flows between80-90 GPH which is 302-340LPH
    focus 55-75GPH which is 208-284LPH

    avator pump cost a good bit more though
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  8. psychorugby

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    Installing mine this weekend. Fingers crossed that's the problem and the damn car starts.
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  9. psychorugby

    psychorugby Active Member

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    Finally had enough time and sunshine to do this today. Long story short, I returned the Autozone pump and ordered a Walbro 255lph high pressure pump instead. I could not figure out how to secure the Autozone pump to the bracket as the end was not the same as the stock pump:

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  10. castine917

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    ?????? Did you get the non autozone walbro in? Did it match the stock or autozone for mounting?
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  11. psychorugby

    psychorugby Active Member

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    I ended up ordering a Walbro 255lph online. It fit perfectly. It wasn't worth the $30 savings to figure out how to get the SVT Focus one to fit.
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