Walbro has released a high-performance aftermarket version of its dual-channel, single-stage (DCSS) 39/50 fuel pump for engines with more than 500 HP. The innovative design of the DCSS 39/50 features a single impeller with two parallel rows of turbine blades. The blades feed two high-pressure pumping channels, as opposed to a conventional single-stage pump that uses an impeller with a single row of blades at its outer edge. This innovative design results in improved hot fuel flow, as well as minimal noise and current use, resulting in efficiency that?s 20% higher than conventional pumps.
? Designed for engines with more than 500 HP
? Award-winning OE technology
? High-pressure, high-flow performance
? Requires modifications to wiring,fuel lines and fuel module – Professional installation recommended
? Outperforms all current market in-tank fuel pumps
Although Walbro fuel pumps are generally a quality product we have seen some failures from time to time. In the event of a fuel pump failure Walbro requires that the customer send the pump to their facility for inspection which requires cutting the pump in half rendering it more useless than it already was. In the event that the failure was caused by something outside of their control (contamination, etc) they will not only deny the warranty claim they will charge the customer a $40 fee for the inspection! Although we do not feel this program is either fair or effective we simply have no other option to offer our customers in the event of a failure. With that said we must reiterate that we are unable to accept returns or exchanges for defective Walbro fuel pumps based upon the above mentioned warranty procedure. If you have an issue with a Walbro fuel pump you must communicate with Walbro directly to resolve the issue.