Originally Posted by synolimit
$300 vs $70, 10lph less AND you have to cut your harness and put the avo harness on because your harness doent fit the avo pump. your insane if you want to do all that!! and theres 5 total tabs, gonna bet anything you cant just grind 4. theres 2 on the middle part that must be ground down, and i dont see how you can get away from grinding 2 out of 3 of the outer ones.
Woah there killer... I was talking out of the top of my head. My bad, there's five.
Now, time to pick apart the rest of the post.
245 lph vs 255 lph
245 is plenty 255 is even more plenty
To elaborate, 1000cc injectors flow at 1L per minute. The WRX has four. If you run 1000cc injectors you can run at 100% IDC for an hour and hit 240 liters of fuel. The avo can flow 245 lph, walbro 255. Oh I forgot, your gas tank is empty 45 minutes ago and you probably blew up your engine.
AVO- Variable voltage. Enough said.
It's also plug and play, confirmed by guys I know and the shop I go to.
The avo pump from all my sources has 100x better fitment than the walbro aka it's not squeezed into the casing and from the walbro installs I've seen, there's enough restriction in the cramped install to probably reduce flow below avo levels. That's just my feelings on the install.
Trust me, I was gung-ho about the walbro until I did my research. It's a good pump, but I feel comfortable spending the extra money on the avo.