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      05-12-2014, 01:18 PM   #1
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Question Any shops in Queens area with Walbro/LPFP install experience?

Looking for a shop that can do the Walbro 255 inline/LPFP install. I'm located in the Queens (Bayside) area so local is definitely preferred.

Any local members that can help for beer or donation (gift) would be appreciated as well. Wanna get this done by Saturday. Thanks.
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DIY it! I have the tool to make opening the top part easier if you want.
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DIY it! I have the tool to make opening the top part easier if you want.
is it really that easy? i just skimmed through the DIY instructions and it looked like a pain in the ass.
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is it really that easy? i just skimmed through the DIY instructions and it looked like a pain in the ass.
I did it on a saturday evening, took about an hr or so.
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lpfp install

I did mine last week. I is definitely not an easy job to do and takes lot's of patience. Got to get your hands right into the gas tank to hook things up . Hoses inside had not much slack so make things even more difficult.Also not much room for your hands.
Shut me a pm if you want to get it done. All you need is a walbro 255 pump with oem style Bundy fittings. I still have the doorman 90deg and 45deg fittings and gasoline resistand wires and proper fuel hose clamps and soldiering tool to get it all done. It wouldn't be done for a beer tho. It's a serious job that has to be done right the first time with the right parts and care. I got the ring bmw tool also.
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