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Old 06-24-2003, 07:59 PM   #1
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ok, i wanna make sure i have everything i need because the fuel delivery is very crucial. here's what i got and what im looking to do. 370cc silvia injectors with a stock WRX fuel pump and a Apexi SAFC modified to read boost instead to throttle position. i read that the fuel pump needs some modifying, like using an old integra fuel pump adapter and then splicing the wires to the existing wires. i can also use the integra filter bag and change the tubing with all that to fit. or maybe i can get all the newer subaru fuel pump goodies and fabricate them to fit. i know of a 98 L sitting in my local junkyard. i just wanna make sure the fuel delivery will be safe. btw, im running a TD04 on 5 psi, if that helps, which im sure it does. any other questions about the setup, just ask, cause i wanna try to get this as right as possible the first time. thanks.

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Old 06-26-2003, 08:06 PM   #3
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im actually gonna assume i planned everything right, which makes me happy

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