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    Walbro - Numbers stamped on it

    Does anyone know if this Walbro pump is suitable to an RXP 2006? The seller states it is but would rather find out more.

    Number GSS942 09612.1

    Thanks in advance

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    the number I bought for my 2006 RXP was the following,
    ---Walbro GSS342 255lph HP Fuel Pump,
    There are a couple of members on here that sell the correct ones,
    This was a picture of my old pump when I took it out,
    Make sure you change the filters
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    this one matches the riva model,
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Aeromotive-3...e4e92e&vxp=mtr

    but half the price

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    Walbro - Numbers stamped on it

    Don't buy walbro or other pumps on eBay. Most are fake

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badvgood View Post
    Does anyone know if this Walbro pump is suitable to an RXP 2006? The seller states it is but would rather find out more.

    Number GSS942 09612.1

    Thanks in advance

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    342 is the right one, do yourself a favour tho and get it from www.fuelpumpsonline.co.uk really nice people to deal with. And you know its genuwine.

    Last thing yo want is a pump shitting its self, will most likely end up with a burned piston...

    R88

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    Quote Originally Posted by R88ory RXP View Post
    Thanks, will do. Would rather buy from a known good source than a fake pump that will cause damage.

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