$85 + $40 shipping = £68 + any Duty and clearance charges (post office £15 + duty if it clears through them which USPS does.)
Looking like well under £100 though.
Fitting kit clearly isn't for a GM/Vaux but this one has the most "bits" with it for the same price as the other kits (this guy sells a few), some with just a wire.
I don't get Miles's comment about being easy to fit if you have an external pump. Are you saying you'd fit this one externally rather than in the tank (this is an in-tank pump), what would you do with the old pump? Or doesn't the old one screw into the top like i'm imagining?
From the thread last week regarding flow rates etc I think this upgrade may well be worthwhile although I've not had my tank off for a look or checked the wiring situation.
Pics of a tank off/current pump (in place) appreciated.
Some turbo's have out of tank pumps. My '94 cally has one, which you just replace with the new walbro out of tank pump. Miles' '92 (I think) cally is also out of tank. Walbro one is a straight swap if you have an out of tank pump.
The pump is GSL392 which is the external high pressure 255 l/hr one. You need the suitable barbed fittings, 12mm inlet, and 8mm outlet for standard lines. Best to order these with the pump as the 10mm x 1mm screw fitting on the pump is a bit odd.
It is longer than the standard pump, but the lines allow for this. It is also smaller in diameter to the standard pump, but got a foam tube with it for mounting, which makes it the same size as the standard pump. Standard pump also has a foam tube, so use both and it fits straight in the standard bracket tightly.
Then connections I just chopped off the spade connectors on the loom and crimped on the supplied ring connectors.
I've not upgraded wiring. I proberbly will at some point, but the flow graph for it shows that even at very low voltages it will flow more than enough fuel for me.