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Old 01-30-2010, 07:53 AM
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The pump diameter is smaller then the stock one. I just used a couple of hose clamps to hold the pump in the correct position. I think they might make a larger pump, the 225?, I can't find the specs though. You don't really need the greater flow of the larger pump.
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Out with the old...

Got everything pulled out today and got started on the crossover pipe. Luckily I had a blown up 3.4 to use as a template My dad and I are both doing this but with slight variations. I'll post pics of both and what I did once it's done, but I am basically following this yotatech thread.







Hopefully the crossover will be done and welded tomorrow!
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Will the 3.4 4Runner fuel pump fit/work in my 88 truck?
yea but screw that id just grab a walbro 255 its cheap and yea the extra fuel you wont need, but it will be sent back to the tank any way.. and if your going to eventually be going the rout of forced induction then you wont have the extra fuel and you wont have to mess with the pump again

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Yes it should, you will need to modify it slightly. You want to install the walbro 190 right?
screw the 190 and 225 get the 255
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It's gonna be supercharged right off the bat.
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It's gonna be supercharged right off the bat.
I have the 7th Injector with TRD module available! Long story with the same ole details.....
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Got the crossover built. (nope, no pix... )
Now I gotta dig up that ceramic coating place out of my email...

Justin's crossover will be much prettier. darn kid...
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I have the 7th Injector with TRD module available! Long story with the same ole details.....
I'll be going with the URD kit. its much more tunable than the TRD stuff. Unless it's for the right price. $$$???

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Got the crossover built. (nope, no pix... )
Now I gotta dig up that ceramic coating place out of my email...

Justin's crossover will be much prettier. darn kid...
What can I say I can't let my own DAD do better than me. Besides you always say to learn from your mistakes!
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For those that know which starter do I use? 3.0 or 3.4?
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Old 02-01-2010, 09:45 AM
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What bellhousing are you going to run? It is easiest to stick with the stock starter for that bellhousing.

That being said, I think I'm running a 3.4 starter drilled out for the 3.0 bellhousing
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That is what I am running. 3.4 starter, 3.0 bell.
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