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post #1 of 15 Old 4th May 2019, 12:22 AM Thread Starter
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Arrow Walbro 450/485 fuel pump cage

Plug and play solution for fitting and securing your upgraded Walbro fuel pump. No longer need to cut up any plastic or use clamps. Just slide your pump in, fasten it, and lock it into the factory rubber stands.
All pieces are made out of 6061 Aluminum then TIG welded together.

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Pretty Awesome! Is this a Custom piece/ One off or manufactured by a shop? Never seen this one before or anything like this offered for the E60 platform. Only on the E46 and E90 platforms


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Pretty Awesome! Is this a Custom piece/ One off or manufactured by a shop? Never seen this one before or anything like this offered for the E60 platform. Only on the E46 and E90 platforms


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This is great! Ive been holding off doing my 450 rn even though its really not much to do but Id like to just have a ready to go and sturdy made to fit holder for it but for the e36. Im friends with Michael at TRM and live near the shop and he makes the 3d printed dual pump hangars but this would be a widely appreciated piece in the e36 market and I would think much more in demand as we are FIing our cars alot more frequently than e39's and such but certainly if you could make one or would like to make a batch Ill definitely take one and I can det you up with one place to go and they will sell almost immediately or very close to it. Say easily 10 inside a week or so but please make one or some for e36. Great looking design and quality built. Thats what I am waiting for before I decide to cut and throw in if I do because really Id go ahead and do a complete fuel cell and system setup instead of doing it twice of I can help it. But great job and its good to see the initiative. Id be glad to provide any part and help you need if needed to do an e36 model.

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Awesome. Does this only work with 450/485? Is 450/485 ok to use on stock m5?
Yes. Honestly, not sure, I've only ever used them on supercharged builds.

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Yes you use an upgraded or bigger size fuel pump on a stock fuel system and stock car. Just have it wired up good and correct and it won't hurt anything. Might want to put a relay on it but other than that you can do it.

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Awesome. Does this only work with 450/485? Is 450/485 ok to use on stock m5?
Should be ok, may need a re-map at that point might as well get oem considering the $ invested or I can be completely wrong.

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Thing is, you still have the regulator and the stock injectors. So it's not like you're using any extra fuel.

Maybe I'll try it on a stock car and let you guys know.

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