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Old 07-12-2018, 02:04 PM   #1  
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Ha never thought i'd have to look into this, this hobby gets addicting.

Well, need to upgrade my fuel pump and injectors. Found a set of 243s cheap off a ls6, having them ported and polished as we speak. Talk with my tuner and he said id see a bigger gain if i get new pump and injectors since on my current set up are maxxed out. int he summer my injectors are like 95-97 duty cycle and probably 100 in the winter, fuel pump been max as well.

I also have a NNBS intake i got for free, nothing on it tho just bare manifold. Would also like to do the swap while i have the heads off.

i've done research of pumps and found a few walbro pumps come ready to drop in (premade bucket and everything) but all the write ups i see are based just the fuel pump using the stock bucket. Was wondering if there is a drop in that would work with my set up and also what injectors you guys rec to run.
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