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DeatschWerks DW300C Series Fuel Pump w/ Install Kit
Subaru/Scion Models (inc. 2013-2016 Scion FR-S / 2015+ WRX)
Features & Product Details
RallySport Direct proudly offers a great selection of fuel system upgrades, components, and accessories brought to you by DeatschWerks.
Here, you are looking at the DeatschWerks DW300C Fuel Pump w/Install Kit. Once you start adding go-fast performance upgrades that increase the power, torque, and boost, then you must upgrade your fuel system to supplement the fuel flow needed for such modifications. The DeatSchWerks DW300C Series Fuel Pump will flow up to 340 LPH and is compatible with many fuels including ethanol to provide your fuel system with adequate pumping power.
DW300C FUEL PUMP:
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REVIEWS & CUSTOMER MEDIA
Easy to install and it is a high quality part.
Install was easy for a first timer messing with fuel pump on my WRX 2016, like last person review mentioned 2 o-rings and oem spacer, I actually trim the notches on the pump itself in order to fit the spacer but overall the pump is working great and no failures so far thanks DW and rallysportdirect for such nice piece of equipment. Performance will see since I’m in the process of e-tune my car
The kit comes with what’s needed for install on a 2015 wrx/STI. For you 15+ wrx owners , use only 2 o rings and the OEM spacer. The install was fairly easy with regular joe garage tools. You’ll need a dremel or fine hacksaw to split the white oem spacer so it can fit the new pump because the DW pump has ridges. Watch 3D zeros video on YouTube for further. Works as intended for corn and nothing but quality from DW. Paired this with cobbs flex fuel kit and a FMIC
QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
Q: Dw300c fuel pump 2018 wrx3 years agoSo with the new pump i have different fuel pump duty % is that normal. I know stock is 100% then 66% and 33% but im at around 90 and 70
1 people found the
following answer helpful
A: According to Deatschwerks, this should not be of concern as long as the pump is functioning properly, higher flowing pumps will show different duty cycles than stock.Marcus E. @ RallySport Direct 3 years ago
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