I asked about a walbro fuel pump in my country (mexican $8,200 pesos, due convertion it must be around $800 dollars, so expensive to me ) does it work better a walbro pump ? why are you excited about that kind of pump ?Anyone do this but use a Walbro 255 pump?
Let the key set on run for and extra second or two. You should hear the hum of the fuel pump running to pressurize the fuel lines. Wait until it stops before turning the key to start. It might take the engine a extra second to start the first timeSo, this might sound like a dumb question and since you didn't address it, I'll presume it is.
But what about repressuizing the fuel line? You depressurized it. And drain it. Then it's full of air and no pressure. Once you reconnect everything do you just turn the key to start for an extra second to get the fuel line repressurized and fuel back up to the intake?