Has anyone tried a fuel pump from Deatschwerks? Guys from the Honda world have a lot of good things to say about their fuel pumps, one being that they're a lot quieter than the Walbro.
I was about to call you out for double posting when I realized that this is Spyderchat and the other post was on NC.orgHas anyone tried a fuel pump from Deatschwerks? Guys from the Honda world have a lot of good things to say about their fuel pumps, one being that they're a lot quieter than the Walbro.
I've used them for almost ten years to clean and flow-match used injectors before I'd install them. They've always struck me as top-notch. And Sammy, with all of the sound-deadening you padded that whole area with, I'm not at all surprised. I guess I'm a bit like you and Mandalay: always looking for little ways to refine things. But first will be installing a hoist-n-pulley system in the garage ceiling for my hardtop to make installing and removing it a one-man operation.Ive used their injectors when they were only doing injectors. They worked fine and even had individual flow charts. Guess they are getting into other fuel related parts. Cant say much other than I would definitely buy from them again.
I'm definitely going with their fuel pump on my upcoming Rotrexing of the 2008 Civic Si Sedan. But my real curiosity is about how well their fuel pump(s) can adapt to the Toyota.I didn't put into words but thats why I would buy from them again. Be the guinea pig for us. ^_^
I use the walboro wiring havent had a problem yetCant comment on that fuel pump but do look at its current requirements and see if the standard wiring is good enough. Most of the guys in the SW20 world which i have also done is to use the stock fuel pump wire to power another relay and get power straight from the battery. Properly fused and thicker wire.
I realize that, that's why I only posted what has been changed. Just the plug for the pump, everything else its still stock.I wasnt referring to any wiring that may be supplied with the pump but rather the wiring of the car itself