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car still has the bad stutter i replaced many parts and only thing left is the fuel pump
new coil, ignition control module, plugs, wires, cap, rotor, just timed, fuel filter, pump relay, regulator, injectors, cleaned iac, k&n air filter
tested fuel pressure again now 30 idle and 40 peak with new regulator and still drops instanly to 0
well if you are going to replace the pump no matter what, i'd go with a walbro. ive have a 255L/h from them for about 8 years and its never failed still running as strong as the day i bought it. Tho they can be a little expensive for some people, but for how long ive had mine it was worth every pennie