|05-03-2019 10:55 AM|
I've got the aeromotive stealth 340. Pump is amazing, was hoping my PWM controller would allow me to get away with the stock metripack 150 connector.
Spoiler alert: it didn't
|05-02-2019 06:10 PM|
|ween||something like this for the electrical?...http://www.revolutionelectronics.com..._Isolator.html|
|05-02-2019 02:13 PM|
This seems to be an ongoing battle, finding a pump and electrical connector to match. I went to the local auto repair shop and got a take out fuel pump with the connectors I needed and built my own pump from there. This is my spare pump and has a genuine Walbro 255. Beware of the off shore knockoffs, they will not last.
|05-02-2019 10:17 AM|
|texcuda||I did buy a higher amp rated connector. I included pictures to the original post. At this point, I am going to fab a completely new top plate so I can control placement of the feed, return, vent, and overflow.|
|05-02-2019 05:37 AM|
|55 Tony||Can you buy a new plug connector and wire it in? Or the junk yard if needed. Better than trying to put a square peg in a round hole.|
|05-01-2019 03:52 PM|
|texcuda||The electrical. The fuel return is easy enough once I figure out how to shoehorn the bigger electrical bulkhead in.|
|05-01-2019 01:00 PM|
|55 Tony||Are you asking about a mechanical/physical modification or an electrical one?|
|05-01-2019 12:15 PM|
Modifying stock sending unit
Anyone have experience with modifying a stock 90's sending unit for a larger return line and electrical bulkhead? I recently put an aeromotive stealth 340 in my 93 C1500; however, the pump pulls enough amps that is has now melted the stock electrical bulkhead. I bought a bulkhead for the 99+ GM trucks that is rated at 30 amps; however, my stock sending unit won't accommodate the larger bulkhead without major rework. Figured I would go ahead and increase the return line size since I'm going to have to rework the sending unit. Thanks in advance!