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    Here's a how to on changing the fuel pump

    Pulled my fuel pump today. Attached is a quick how to on changing out the pump, for those of you going to a higher flowing fuel pump. The procedure is not as easy as I thought it might be. There are no instructions in the teardown manual to do this. I don't think the fuel pump assy. is designed to be repaired--just replaced. If anyone has anything to add, please do so.

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    Nice write up. I just did this today.
    Btw dont let bigdaddy see this as he spent alot of time putting together a how to for this just to figure out the file was to large for him to load to the site.

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    Yeah... thanks for bringing that up I made a killer "how to" with a bunch of nice pictures... but it's a 67MB file I would love to be able to post it

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigdaddyRXP View Post
    ... but it's a 67MB file
    I would love to be able to post it
    Open up a free online web host account.

    Google sites is a reasonable start. You can attach up to 100MB per 'site', and post links to files in other places. You do not need to know HTML to create a simple web page and attach files.

    You can have more than one Google 'site', or you can upgrade your Google account and have huge online storage available.

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    Nice writeup. Hope I dont need it, but if I do I know where to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gus13letter View Post
    Nice writeup. Hope I dont need it, but if I do I know where to go.
    Gus... with your mods... I would highly recommend upgrading your pump

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigdaddyRXP View Post
    Gus... with your mods... I would highly recommend upgrading your pump
    And here starts the domino effect........... Yep, I am thinking the same thing. I will be right at about 70+ PSI at WOT. Damn it!

    Seems everyone is buying them up now. The secret is out.
    From Sumit Racing
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    $89.95
    Estimated Ship Date: 3/6/09

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    that a real nice write up thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gus13letter View Post
    And here starts the domino effect........... Yep, I am thinking the same thing. I will be right at about 70+ PSI at WOT. Damn it!
    Yep...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gus13letter View Post
    And here starts the domino effect........... Yep, I am thinking the same thing. I will be right at about 70+ PSI at WOT. Damn it!

    Seems everyone is buying them up now. The secret is out.
    From Sumit Racing
    Walbro GSS342

    $89.95
    Estimated Ship Date: 3/6/09
    Holy crap. I got mine in 2 days.

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