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Old 03-31-2003, 03:43 AM
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okay so i got a 1.6 16V honda just wondering how transerable fuel pumps are from preludes, accords etc? Do they differ in PSI or is it the same pump used on all models? Does anyone know where i can obtain a list of honda cars in relation to PSI of fuel pumps?
Is it also just a basic swap over ive heard about some people having to lower the tank but does that depend on whether u go inline or intank? which do people reccomend? any help would be great
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Old 03-31-2003, 03:47 AM
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Over the few years I have been on the internet, I dont think I have ever seen a list of stock honda fuel pump flow rates.

Why? because they are all pretty close, and none have a huge advantage over another.

Your better off buying a universal walbro/holly fuel pump 255lph for your honda, they are pretty cheap on ebay 75-125 bucks. Or if you are on a real tight budget you could get a fuel pump from a mustang 5.0l, (mid 80s?) they flow like 155lph

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btw, our stock pumps are pretty decent, they can easily support 8psi

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