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Old 02-24-2012, 07:30 PM   #1
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Default 2 New Fuel Pumps from DeatschWerks - DW65c and DW200


One size does not fit all, so in true DeatschWerks fashion we have added two new fuel pumps to our line-up. Introducing the 265lph DW65C and the 255lph DW200. Along with our popular 320lph DW300, DeatschWerks has your fueling needs covered.

FUELING THAT FITS!


The DW65c is a compact sized high flow fuel pump that is drop-in fitment for many late model applications.
  • Only drop-in Fitment pump available for the NC Miata and Mazdaspeed 3/6
  • 265LPH
  • E85 Compatible
  • DW 3-year Warranty

EVERYTHING YOU NEED, NOTHING YOU DONíT!


The DW200 is a 255LPH pump that comes in the same fitments as the DW300 and has a nice budget friendly price-tag.
  • NA, NB and Mazdaspeed Miatas
  • 255LPH
  • E85 Compatible
  • DW 3-year Warranty

Watch the below 2011 SEMA video where we debuted the pumps for the first time!

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Prices?
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DW 200 Miata kit part #9-201-0848-> $99
The other one the DW65C doesn't show a fitment for our cars on the site but it's $149
I might be wrong, but that's what is on > www.DeatschWerks.com <
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The DW65c is a shorter, more compact pump than the OE NA and NB pump.

It is intended for use in the NC Miatas.

TorqueZombie, thanks for posting those prices.
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Any amperage charts? The Walbro is making my wiring a bit toasty, even with the low 40psi its regulated at.

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Maybe (read Probably) I'm a retard, but the chart shows amperage going down as fuel pressure goes up for the new pumps?
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so because i'm mentally slow, this is a drop in replacement option for us NA owners who are looking for some increased fuel headroom, correct? :-)
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Sorry about the late reply here guys...

The DW200 pulls a little more amperage than the 255HP. It also flows a little more in the higher pressures (ie, good for FI cars w/ rising rate FPR)

Yes, both the DW200 and DW300 are drop-in fitment for most of the NA's. Some of the NB's require some wiring, but those components are included in the kit.
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Finally got tired of listening to the GSS340 Walbro and ordered a DW200.
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Flow vs pressure curves?
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Will the 200 overwhelm a stock FPR?
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