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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 01-31-2005, 12:02 PM Thread Starter
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Where to get a new fuel pump.

I know you people have many places online to get parts from. I need a new fuel pump. Aftermarket or stock. I would like aftermarket but stock won't hurt.
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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old 01-31-2005, 12:09 PM
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You could try MN12 Performance's link on TCCoA's main page to find the aftermarket fuel pumps, or somewhere like Rockauto to get a stock one
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Mn12 performance is 1 of the places I've been. I might go there. My wife only sees $$$$ signs. Spmotorsports.com has them for $79.95. I would still need the gasket and filter and all. Might just go with mn12.
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check ebay, I have seen them on there alot
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Just get it from Rich at MN12Performance. He even gives you instructions on how to replace it. If you have problems he will take care of you too. If you go cheap, you will get cheap.
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We have complete kits designed to fit all 89-97 Thunderbirds. All others sell just pumps or Mustang kits like the Holley kit. 40 some install pics to help.

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Just curious. Not trying to rob you or anything. Do we get a discount or anything. I'm really thinking about using the Mn12 part. If not no big deal. I'll still get it from you.
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I got mine from MN12 Performance. I went aftermarket since I was upgrading to a 255. Rich is the way to go.

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You must remember when comparing prices that Rich is selling a complete KIT and not just the fuel pump. I bought his 255 high pressure kit and I didn't need to get anything else. It even comes with a new filter so you can do it all at once.

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The APE kit comes with everything mn12's does minus the filter. I am happy with mine (ape)




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Ok people. I'll decide later today what to do. Should I also replace the regulator while I'm at it?
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Shouldn't need to unless you're having pressure problems (not enough or too much)

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I would need a gauge for that wouldn't I? Where can I find a fuel pressure gauge cheap?
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