Heres the deal. I recently swapped a b16asir2 into a 93 civic. I was planning on forced induction, but time ran out before college, adn now so has the $. This was a swap into a car that was also being completely redone and ofcourse little things kept comming up in the end, such as the fuel pump going. I had installed a Aerospeed Fuel regulator and gauge (the kind that modifies the stock unit, not a whole new one) When the pump went, I thought, why not just get a walbro 255, so I did. well, now the fuel pressure is like 53psi and flames are comming out of the exhaust. As cool as that may be, I know I cannot run this. -The fuel regulator won't go down any lower and we even swapped a stock regulator and that only gets it to 50 psi. -I also have a Apexi Vafc My question is, how can I get the psi down in a cost effective way. Will the vafc change this drastic ratio, is there a better regulator I can get that will actually decrease the psi or should I get a different fuel pump, if so which one? :wacko: Also if getting a stock fuel pump is the key, I will swap anyone who has a stock pump with reasonable miles on it for free as long as the person pays for shipping both ways. My pump has like 30 miles on it.