Originally Posted by scottp999
and the fuel pump is not that expensive and should not be real hard DIY. So you can weigh all the work of returning to stock vs. the around $300 cost and labor to do it yourself.
I agree. Has anyone done a fuel pump on their own?
I'd guess it's not terribly hard to pull one off and put the other one on but I'd be interested in knowing if there are any special tools required or any unusual break-in procedures that if we missed them the pump might be toasted.
On topic: It seems we need to hook up some sort of air meter (MAF) to a stock airbox on a 335 and run a tune vs stock mode and see what the CFM drawn is.
It's been a while since I wrenched a lot on modded cars but I know pro-flow/pro-m sells MAFs with flow-bench cfm readings cross-referenced to MAF output voltages. I used these on mustangs in the past. If anyone had one, that could prove very useful with a basic datalogger, laptop and a 5V power source. You could measure cfm directly.