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Old 11-12-2016, 02:10 AM
1994f-bomb 1994f-bomb is offline

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Default Hey guys!

Hey guys I'm new here but not new to these cars. My current car is my did 1994 firebird 5 speed. I'm currently in the process of waiting for my fuel pump to come in. I ordered a walboro 255 for a lt1. Does anyone know if you have to run a fuel regulator for it due to the higher flow of fuel?

Future mods I'm aiming for:
3400 heads, uim, and lim
A single snail set up.
Pacesetter headers
Megasquirt v2 or v1 which one is better for the 94 3.4
And some nice Sachs and ebaich springs
New front bumper and a nice fiberglass hood
I already have the 97 ws6 hatch, rear bumper and dorrs as well

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Old 11-12-2016, 04:35 PM
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If you want to keep sequential fuel injection you'll need an MS3. MS2 only supports sequential fuel on 4cyl.

Won't be able to use the pacesetter headers if you are going turbo; you'll need some turbo headers.

Your stock fuel regulator will automatically regulate the fuel with the walbro; but you could upgrade.

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Old 11-14-2016, 03:25 PM
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if you change the pressure you will hav eto retune. there is nothing you need to change in order to run that fuel pump other that getting it setup in the stock bucket.

the walbro is an upgrade over the 125 or 130 lph stock fuel pump. i had a walbro for a long time. unfortunately not having the stock bucket for it to sit in let it over heat too many times. but it lasted a long time being abused like that. So the only thing i would suggest it to make sure you keep a bucket for it to sit in so that the fuel can keep it cool when the fuel level is low.

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