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Old 11-30-2007, 07:57 PM   #1
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Default Where to buy an intank Walbro 190hph pump

I did a quick search and couldn't find the answer. I would like to buy the intank Walbro 190; where can I buy it?

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Old 11-30-2007, 08:02 PM   #2
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Thanks guys, I appreciate it; I had bought a 255hph but it wasn't an intank one
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Guys, call me dumb (well deserved in this case:gay but when I checked both sites I only get more confused. If I'm going to order a high pressure pump; first, lightingmotorsports offers the low pressure one and auto performance engineering offers me so many extra options that I end up where I started.

Sorry guys but; baby steps, baby steps I promise to take all the flak without complaining.
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Sorry guys but; baby steps, baby steps I promise to take all the flak without complaining.
Follow koto's link, and pick the HP option from the Fuel Pump Flow Rate drop down box. The 190 HP is the only model that does NOT start with GSS

Oh, STUPID BEANER. Ha.
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Yep if you are gonna do it do it with High pressure if you look at the flow charts you will see why it flows so much better and more effecient at all levels that it is a no brainer.

F20000141 is the right number i believe but yeah just listen to Ben and buy from lightning it is cheaper. buy the f20000141 though.
Oh and to guestimate 1 gph is 10 or so hp potential easy
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Thank you bwanas! :gay:
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Yep if you are gonna do it do it with High pressure if you look at the flow charts you will see why it flows so much better and more effecient at all levels that it is a no brainer.

F20000141 is the right number i believe but yeah just listen to Ben and buy from lightning it is cheaper. buy the f20000141 though.
Oh and to guestimate 1 gph is 10 or so hp potential easy
FWIW, this may tell you what I know: I was assuming that the l in lph stood for low pressure
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LPH = Liters per hour :gay:
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LPH = Liters per hour :gay:
****, the thing is it even fits in Spanish: Litros por hora LPH:gay:
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The Walbros come in several pressures and flow rates.

255LPH HP
255LPH LP
190LPH HP
190LPH LP

As mentioned above, LPH is Liters Per Hour (flow rate), the LP and HP are for Low Pressure and High Pressure (which relates to maintainable PSI)

Hope that helps,

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Heads up - when you go to install it it will look like it won't work because there is a flare on the hardline. Cut off the "funnel" and clamp the hose to it.
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Really, you cut the hardline and clamp a hose to it? Seems like it wouldn't hold the pressure.
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holds fine for me (and everyone else with a 90-93 running a Walbro)

Spaniard - you should only have to do that if you have a 90-93.
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holds fine for me (and everyone else with a 90-93 running a Walbro)

Spaniard - you should only have to do that if you have a 90-93.
Kotomile, I'm sending you the bill, mine is a 96 haha
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Thanks for the link. I ordered one today from here. Think i'm maxing out the stock one. :gay:
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