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Old 08-02-2012, 07:28 PM   #1
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How to modify canister for 255lph walbro

I have searched around and cannot find the direct answer as to how people are modding the canister to use a walbro 255.. Has anyone actually installed a 255 and had problems sucking the basket dry? I see easily the 255 will fit in the canister but whats the best way to make sure the pump has a good constant supply of fuel... Any input is greatly appreciated.. Thanks


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