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i was curious about what year turbo eclipse fuel pump can be used with hyundais. I might be coming upon a couple at my work for cheap.
 

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you can use any dsm fuel pump. 90-99 gsx, gst, esi, tsi

part #s: -0510, -0153, -0670, -0440, -2020, -0022, -2760 :
100 lph @43psi @12v
70 lph @58psi @12v
140 lph @43psi @14v
110 lph @58psi @14v

Toyota Supra Twin Turbo In Tank Pump
(Adj FPR required)


260 lph @43psi @12v
220 lph @58psi @12v
290 lph @43psi @14v
260 lph @58psi @14v

Mazda RX-7 Twin Turbo
#-0782
210 lph @43psi @12v

Mazda Cosmo, (HKS in-tank)
#-0771
250 lph @43psi @12v

3000 GT VR-4, Celica GT-4
#-0740
180 lph @43psi @12v





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is there an intrest in new ones?
 

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like the post says, if the ecu runs out of range with the fuel pressure, you'll always be running rich. see if you can find out what the long term fuel % range is on your ecu, and messure everything like posted, and see if your fuel system will even comensate for the pump. my guess would be you'll need one, but to be honist, its on a car to car bassis.
 

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I think running 190 would be just fine :) I think Tim(speedfactor) runs 190 pump on beta1 with stock FPR.
 
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