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    Which Walbro Installation kit?

    What installation kit do I need for the spare 255lph pump that I have lying around? I can't seem to find the one with the proper sock and connector.

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    Re: Which Walbro Installation kit?

    All fuel pump can make the work, but what kit you needs depends on what model of fuel pump you have and into what car.
    Tailgate at your own risk.

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    Re: Which Walbro Installation kit?

    I have the Gss 340 unit. I'll be putting it in an 86 Daytona.

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    Re: Which Walbro Installation kit?

    I tried ordering a Walbro and installation kit from Chris last summer but he said that Walbro stopped making the ďkitsĒ for our cars. I already had installed so I got by with just the pump. Not sure if anything has changed.

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    Re: Which Walbro Installation kit?

    Quote Originally Posted by cordes View Post
    I have the Gss 340 unit. I'll be putting it in an 86 Daytona.
    What do you mean?
    https://www.rockauto.com/en/catalog/...+strainer,6212


    Or if you need the whole thing.
    https://www.rockauto.com/en/catalog/...assembly,10147
    Tailgate at your own risk.

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    Re: Which Walbro Installation kit?

    I recently replaced just the hanger assembly with a Spectra unit. I assume he was referring to the parts necessary to modify the assembly to accommodate the Walbro. Itís been 20 years since I modified mine, so Iím a little fuzzy on what that entailed.

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    Re: Which Walbro Installation kit?

    Quote Originally Posted by tryingbe View Post
    Thanks for the links. I'm looking for the standard installation kit which is normally supplied with the pump. I only have the pump and need the sock, some fuel line, the clamps, and most importantly the connector and terminals which get spliced in place.

    Quote Originally Posted by Oggie Fisher View Post
    I recently replaced just the hanger assembly with a Spectra unit. I assume he was referring to the parts necessary to modify the assembly to accommodate the Walbro. Itís been 20 years since I modified mine, so Iím a little fuzzy on what that entailed.
    That's exactly what I'm trying to do.

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    Re: Which Walbro Installation kit?

    Quote Originally Posted by cordes View Post
    I only have the pump and need the sock, some fuel line, the clamps, and most importantly the connector and terminals which get spliced in place.

    Sock you can get from any local auto parts store.
    Fuel line is 5/16 30R10. Auto parts store might have it or online.
    Clamp is clamp, auto parts store will have it.
    Terminal and connectors are just that. Wires, spade connectors and crimper is all you really need.


    https://walbrofuelpumps.com/dodge-do...-cyl-2-2l.html

    Or you can try to find the 400-633 kit.
    Tailgate at your own risk.

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    Re: Which Walbro Installation kit?

    I got the sock and fuel line from Amazon. I got the pigtail for the fuel pump from Amazon as well - Walbro 94-615 - if you don't want to use spades.

    The hose that comes in the kit is short anyway, and I prefer fuel injection clamps (McMaster) to the crimp style that comes with the pump.

    I had O-rings, and used an O-ring to replace the spacer where the pump meets the basket.

    I was going to share a picture of my new hanger and pump, but I wasn't able to upload it and then I realized in looking at the picture that I left out the O-ring between the strainer and basket. Looks like I'm pulling it out yet again.

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