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Old 08-15-2002, 00:56   #1 (permalink)
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V8 Fuel pump fitting in i6?

Will the fuel pump from a V8 E series falcon, be a straight fit into a eb sedan?

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Is there a difference between the two
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they apprantly supply 250kpa instead of 200kpa......
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Well there you go, I've just put a V8 in my Eb and didnt change the fuel pump and it seems to run pretty good but I might change it and it will run even better
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6 & 8-240cc in 10sec @250kpa
XR6 280cc in 10sec @300kpa
and thats straight from the repair manual so I think your after an XR6 fuel pump
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the pump only supplys flow, not pressure, it would be better to fit a XR pressure regulator than a new fuel pump, see how you go with more fuel pressure - is there a problem with your car or are you just wondering?
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Old 08-27-2002, 21:43   #7 (permalink)
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No, i am considering a wet nitrous kit from ozrace, (my mate is trying to con me into buying one with him so he gets a discount!!) and i need 40 psi of fuel in the fuel rail for the kit to work safely.

What is a fuel regulator that can supply 40 psi worth new? does anybody know?

how about the regulator from an xr from the wreckers?


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Old 08-27-2002, 22:04   #8 (permalink)
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There is no diff between V8,XR6,STD fuel pumps apart from build dates and sedan and wagon.

as ROLLIN said the differance is in the regulators a EF XR6 one is worth about $230.00 retail from ford
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yup there is definately no differnce....even a sprint runs the same pump as an eb6
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I was just about to say what botch said, coz i had to replace my sprints pump earlier in the year and when i had it done at ford i asked why it was so expensive (thinking the sprint might have had a special pump) and was told that the pumps were all the same.
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