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Walbro pump question

Old 06-07-2010, 04:46 PM
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Need to know what I'm going to have to change in order to fit a walbro 255 pump that was in a dsm into my integra. I'm can get a killer deal on it that's why I'm thinking about buying it. I would assume it's just a matter of changing out the pumps and wiring it correctly though i'm not 100% positive as the part numbers do not match. Are the walbro's generally universal or am I just getting myself into one big headache. The reason I was hoping to buy this deal is because he is also selling a set of RC 550cc injectors with the pump. Both together for under $200.
Any insight appreciated thanks!
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Old 06-09-2010, 12:30 PM
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I've read that the design is very similar for foreign vehicles. You could just pull your sending unit out and take a look. It usually plugs straight up into a metal cone (w/ o-ring), then a bottom removable bracket screws up to apply pressure, pushing it up & holding it in the cone. As far as wiring, you can just splice in your own wire and use standard female electrical fittings, just make sure one of them has insulated plastic all the way around just in case.
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