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Old 09-01-2008, 10:00 AM   #1
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hi there , im wondering what my fuel pressure should be at WOT ? , mines sitting at 40-41 ,,,
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Idle should be around 37-42 and WOT should be 47+
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wow, mine at idle is 30, and 40-41 max , i guess it'* time for a pump, should i stick with acdelco or is there any upgrades?? thanks Brad
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??? does anyone know if there is any aftermarket fuel pumps that are recommended, aside from ac/delco, they want over$300 at the dealership!!! any help would be appreciated..
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I tossed the local parts store one in there. As well you might search ebay for a higher flow one. I had good experience with TRE performance from Ebay on my bonne.
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well i did allot of searching , and found an ac/delco fuel pump for $170 , should that work even if my only future mod next would be dropping a pulley size??? i was also thinking about if it would be a benefit to get a adj regulator?? thanks Brad
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