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#1 Responsible Jon

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Posted 07 October 2013 - 10:18 PM

I'm closer to having "everything" I need for my EJ swap into my 82 Brat, just curious about the fuel pump.  I know I need to replace the lines with fuel injection quality lines after the pump.  What is a good donor car or range for the in-line pump?  The yards around here don't have ea82 subarus, so I might just need to get one through the buy sell unless someone has another suggestion.



#2 Uberoo

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Posted 08 October 2013 - 11:57 AM

fjord F150's from the 80's with a fuel injected 302 have a frame mounted inline pump that is CHEAP.Just make sure to cover it with foam and anything else you can think of because it is LOUD.






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