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Walbro Fuel Pump Kit 255lph (Part Number: )
Walbro Fuel Pump Kit 255lph (Part Number: )
Walbro Fuel Pump Kit 255lph (Part Number: )
Walbro Fuel Pump Kit 255lph (Part Number: )
Walbro Fuel Pump Kit 255lph (Part Number: )
Walbro Fuel Pump Kit 255lph (Part Number: )
Walbro Fuel Pump Kit 255lph (Part Number: )
Walbro Fuel Pump Kit 255lph (Part Number: )
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Walbro Fuel Pump Kit 255lph (Part Number: )
Walbro Fuel Pump Kit 255lph (Part Number: )
Walbro Fuel Pump Kit 255lph (Part Number: )
Walbro Fuel Pump Kit 255lph
Subaru WRX/STi 2002-2007
Read 25 Reviews | 33 Q&As
Part # GSS342 400-791
$112.98
msrp: $205.43

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Features & Product Details

RallySport Direct carries a great selection of Walbro fuel pumps and fuel pump accessories for those of you who need to supplement those modifications with a proper amount of fuel flow. 

Here, you are looking at the Walbro 255 LPH In-Tank Fuel Pump. The 255 LPH has been widely recognized as the gold standard in the aftermarket fuel pump industry for more than 20 years. These are compatible with a wide range of vehicles and feature unsurpassed quality, durability, and performance. 

 

DETAILS:

  • Wide range of OEM inlet adapters
  • Low amp draw
  • Wide range of high-efficiency, high-performance automotive makes
  • Capable of handling 500 HP under standard operating conditions
  • Flow rate of 255 LPH
  • Includes vehicle specific installation kit
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    Specifications

    Brand: Walbro
    Adjustable: No
    Fuel Flow: 255lph
    Install Kit Included: Yes
    Mfgr. Warranty: No Warranty
    Condition: New Product
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    25 Reviews
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    Walbro Fuel Pump Kit 255lph ( Part Number: GSS342 400-791)
    Walbro Fuel Pump Kit 255lph ( Part Number: GSS342 400-791)
    Walbro Fuel Pump Kit 255lph ( Part Number: GSS342 400-791)
    Junk 27 days ago
    2out of 5stars

    Tried 3 since ive owned the car and they were junk all have gone out >5000 miles of them being in. Kinda a joke that theres no warranty. Im pushing 330whp btw...
      
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    Perfect upgrade 5 months ago
    5out of 5stars

    Bought this as I had moved from stock wrx blue injectors to sti pinks but went the vf48 route so I bumped up to 750cc injectors. Kit is completely plug and play, every part was used in the process making the switch an hour job with clean up. Compared to the stock pump, the only real difference is when priming the fuel lines. The Walbro is at least twice as loud but only for the span of maybe 2 or 3 seconds. Holds pressure great and so far am very pleased with the results.
      
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    Works good 6 months ago
    5out of 5stars

    I’ve been running this walbro pump for atleast 6 months now. Still works great. There’s been like 2 times I can recall that i heard it running abnormally loud for about 30 seconds while the car was on. It was the middle of summer 90°+. I don’t know if that maybe had something to do with it. Otherwise no issues.
      
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    4.5 Stars , 05 WRX  9 months ago
    5out of 5stars

    Tight fit since the walbro was too long by about 1cm. That requires bending the bottom of the bracket down which is not pleasing but it worked. You can see what I mean in the picture. Also the clamps in the kit are not fuel line clamps. Besides those issues the install was a breeze. The pump is notably louder on start-up, but even on my very quiet car it’s pleasant and not heard from after that. It did require tuning since I had been at the limits of the stock pump. The new one put me a little rich at the top end but I would say a tune is not usually necessary.
      
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    Walbro 255 1 year ago
    5out of 5stars

    I had to change the fuel filter on my '04 STi and I figured I might as well upgrade my fuel pump while I'm in there... This kit comes with everything I needed. Direct fit. Easy to do.
      
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    QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

    • Q: Fitment  tk3 months ago

      I'm seeing people say it will fit amd it won't fit an 02 bugeye wrx wagon. I'd just like to ask straight up, will it fit?
    • Q: Horsepower   Seaneg115 months ago

      What is the maximum horsepower I could hit with this pump?
    • Q: walbro fuel pump/ 16 sti  kouness8 months ago

      What is required to install the walbro 255 fuel pump into a 16 Sti? Is it a drop in or requires modification? thanks
    • Q: Post-Instal  WRXItalia9 months ago

      '06 STi was running lean and hesitating/boost leak was present. Bought the 255 thinking it was the pump. After the install the CEL was gone and it idles a lot better but the car has a bad boost leak and hesitates and bogs on full boost. After letting off the throttle at any speed the car lurches as well. Is this still the fuel pump issue?
      • 2 of 2 people found the following answer helpful

        A:  A boost leak cannot be related to a fuel pump as fuel does not run in any part of where the boost is flowing. You are going to need to have a mechanic diagnose your car.

        Devan M. @ RallySport Direct 9 months ago  
          
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