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Riceball777 06-17-2020 07:04 PM

walbro 535 F90000295
 
Has anyone used the new walbro 535lph pump? part number F90000295 Seems like a great pump. Flows more than the walbro 450lph and draws less power? Should make for a great single pump setup.

NoGuru 06-18-2020 07:59 AM

I am using this pump now for a few weeks with no issues.
I did install a fan on my EKPM3 though just in case.

Riceball777 06-18-2020 11:28 AM

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Originally Posted by NoGuru (Post )
I am using this pump now for a few weeks with no issues.
I did install a fan on my EKPM3 though just in case.

ok cool
because this pump has no check valve does it take a lot longer to start the car?

NoGuru 06-18-2020 11:31 AM

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Originally Posted by Riceball777 (Post )
ok cool
because this pump has no check valve does it take a lot longer to start the car?

Yeah I saw that and was prepared to put one inline but I don't notice.
In other words it starts just as fast as it did in the past on other pumps.

Here is a quick clips of my active cooling. I might be selling a kit in the future. Active cooling E92 EKP - YouTube

mike082802 06-18-2020 12:14 PM

im thinking of buying one and dropping it in a stage 2 bucketed pump i have sitting in the closet. now i just have to figure out if i have ekpm3 in my 2010 135. its the same size as the 450 so it should just drop in. its only 125 from summit.

NoGuru 07-08-2020 05:10 AM

Quick update, car did not have any issues starting with single 535 but once I activated the secondary pump for my PI car stumbles just a tiny bit on startup.


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