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Fuel Strainer Help

Postby Th3pwn3r » Sun Apr 30, 2017 2:13 pm

Hello, I'm wondering if anyone is using a Walbro TIA485-2 450 LPH in their CRX. I'm now on my 2nd strainer and am having sputtering issues badly. I believe I'm using an Airtex strainer with 180 degree elbow(included with my pump I believe) and I think perhaps it's sucking in air through the elbow. So I'm just wondering if anyone has this same setup and has had good luck with different strainers. This will be my 3rd attempt with this pump, I thought the current strainer would work great considering how low it looked like it was going to sit into the tank but...nope.
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Re: Fuel Strainer Help

Postby crxvtec91 » Fri May 26, 2017 1:04 pm

Th3pwn3r wrote:Hello, I'm wondering if anyone is using a Walbro TIA485-2 450 LPH in their CRX. I'm now on my 2nd strainer and am having sputtering issues badly. I believe I'm using an Airtex strainer with 180 degree elbow(included with my pump I believe) and I think perhaps it's sucking in air through the elbow. So I'm just wondering if anyone has this same setup and has had good luck with different strainers. This will be my 3rd attempt with this pump, I thought the current strainer would work great considering how low it looked like it was going to sit into the tank but...nope.



Im using the 450 pump with the oem strainer, dont use the one that comes in the kit.
My build thread: http://www.crxcommunity.com/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=16812

500hp and 450ft/lbs @30psi

LOOK, go to UserControlPanel->UsercontrolPanel->Profile->UPDATE YOUR DAMN LOCATIONS K?
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