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Aftermarket Fuel Pump Suggestions 06 classic   Technical-Bikes

Started Jul-29 by RobertS0307; 154 views.
RobertS0307

From: RobertS0307

Jul-29

Hello all, 

my bike has been sitting for the last couple of years.  I had removed the carbs to re-jet them and just got busy with other things.  Recently I began working on it again, finally got everything put back together and the fuel pump is leaking.  I really hate to spend $200+ dollars on a new pump when there are a ton of aftermarket pumps out there.  Has anyone had any experience with aftermarket pumps?  Any recommendations?

Thanks

Sick Mick* (quick_mick)
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I've seen them used. Just make sure to match the pressures and have a way to mount it. .......and don't buy a cheapie off Ebay or Amazon.

ABE (spud116)

From: ABE (spud116)

Jul-30

I ran a few years with one but don't remember what brand. I think I still have it on my old bike that i parted out.

I'll let you know if I remember to look tonight. I know it fits in the existing holder pretty easily with a fitting change or two and cutting off

part of the plastic mounts on it.

Actually I believe it's made by Mr Gasket brand. 

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