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Old 11-20-2007, 09:45 AM
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its my bday tomorrow and i want some injectors and a nice fuel pump i have a b16a2 in my car on i/h/e motor is built for a turbo but i dont have the cash atm
 
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Old 11-20-2007, 09:59 AM
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DSM 450 injectors with a resistor box and clips can be had for well under $100, and if installed right will do the job perfectly (if you're not going TOO out of contorl with the boost ), and from what i've heard Walboro are the fuel pumps to go with, dont have any more knowledge than that on the pump though
 
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feal noticeable gains?
 
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Old 11-21-2007, 08:18 AM
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you wont feel gains with a walbro 255 pump. all that pump is there for is so it can feed the engine with out dieing or not being able to keep up with the demands of the engine IE: run lean.. detonate... blow the **** up.

i'de go with the walbro 255 pump. what turbo are you going to be using and what injector are u hoping to use if you have a "built" engine.
 
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Old 11-21-2007, 09:38 AM
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well when i turbo it im hopin for 330 whp with my civic i was going to go with a full greddy turbo kit i heard that piecein a turbo togeather is a headache down road i just wanna throw a turbo on it and start boosting, still looking around for injectors and a very nice fuel pump got like $450 to throw in injectors and a fuel pump
 
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i think that like a set of RC 550's would be Considerably more injector than you really need, but whats it hurt if you want to retune it for a higher boost later on down the road. that and a walbro 255 and i'de call the fuel system alone. the stock FPR is fine on there and will be fine for a long time, ive seen numerous 400+whp cars on the stock FPR
 
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