Join Date: Nov 2008
Location: Beautiful Chester County, PA
From my experience and what I've read based on others experience, I would only trust 2 brands....Delco and Walbro. Having done the "tank Drop" dance more times than I care to remember, using a inexpensive Fuel Pump based on the cost alone is not a good way to evaluate your choices. Also, do your research on where you purchase from. I know Delco has some counterfeit parts out there that can look legit and even Walbro recommends on their website that you buy only directly from them since there are also knock-offs of their pumps going on and sold on sites like Ebay.
I used to recommend Racetronix Pumps but they switched over from Walbro to their own brand (Turbine-tech) and I find them to be....jury is still out on mine as it still works but another member had one literally burn up and melt. They do offer some other very nice Fuel System products for our car (wiring kits) but their Customer Service is NOT great and difficult to deal with.
But if money is the primary reason for the call, then only you can decide that and just be aware it could cost you more money in the long run....break down while away from home, Towing costs, aggravation (what's that worth?) and just an overall PITA to do again.
Whatever you choose to install, just be sure to thoroughly and closely inspect the In tank wiring and Connections. I know I mentioned this before, but I cant emphasize this enough. Good Luck with your repairs.
'95 Caprice SS conversion - Bonny Buckets - 96 Column, Shifter and Console - 3.73 Gear and Herter tune - Z/28 Cluster - Blazer OH Console - Green/Pink bushings - Chromed Impala Wheels - Eibach Springs and Bilstein Shocks - Corvette Engine Dress - the list goes on and still more to do...it never ends.