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Old 05-15-2019, 08:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I didn’t really know whether to put this in the NA to TT section, but I figured I’d put it here. So I did a NA to single turbo conversion, and I have 360cc injectors and what have you, but I’m looking for a higher capacity fuel pump to back up the newfound power. I’m trying to find something that’s a drop-in upgrade for the stock NA fuel pump. Any ideas? If I have to modify the sending unit I will, but I’d rather not have to. I know the Walboro 255lph pump is a drop in for the VR4, but the VR4 and NA pumps are PHYSICALLY different, no? Thanks for the help!
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I would think for the simpliest installation possible you'd get a TT fuel pump assembly, but its not hard to run a universal pump like the walbro or aeromotive 340.
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Awesome! I look around for one. Thanks!
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Most of the new pumps are a drop in replacement for the NA fuel pump assembly, same size and same connector, most of the mods are related to the TT fuel pump assembly since it had a larger pump and different connectors.
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So I found that the Evo VIII fuel pump is the same as the NA 3000GT fuel pump (Stealth316), and the Walbro GSS342 is a direct fit for THAT pump, so by the transitive property I learned in geometry, the GSS342 is a direct fit for the NA fuel pump, no?
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Yes, I had that one installed on a NA fuel pump assembly without any modification.
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Yes, I had that one installed on a NA fuel pump assembly without any modification.
My prayers have been answered! Now this is with the 400-847 adapter kit, right?
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