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From 1984 Voyager to a street fighter 2 months 2 weeks ago #28777

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this is question for all the guys with fuel injection
I need a new Fuel pump, I already installed new one few months ago and it stop working
I don't remember where I got it and the part number
I see some recommendations for P/N 610-1051 from NAPA
but I remember I saw in the past a Mitsubishi pump that will work

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From 1984 Voyager to a street fighter 2 months 2 weeks ago #28778

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definitely not that NAPA pump P/N 610-1051 . It's a electric lift pump for carbureted engines with an output of 3.1-4 psi. You need more like 43 psi.
Some of the guys have decided to put lift pumps on their carbureted bikes and possibly that's what you might have seen.
Here's a EBay pump for $32 U.S. EBay universal high pressure fuel pump
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From 1984 Voyager to a street fighter 2 months 2 weeks ago #28779

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thank you Kawboy, do you have experience with this one or know someone that use it?
or any high pressure fuel pump will work?

this is the one I'm using and not sure why but it stopped working
walbrofuelpumps.com/walbro-gsl395-fuel-pump.html
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I fitted a Pierburg automotive fuel injection pump about 12 years ago, it's been 100% reliable, I chose it because it can withstand being run dry for short periods (which can happen on a motorcycle just before you switch to reserve). It's not the same size but I packed it out in the original bracket with radiator hose. If you like I'll dig the details out, it was about £100 when I bought it back then.
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[quote="Bar" post=28779]thank you Kawboy, do you have experience with this one or know someone that use it?
or any high pressure fuel pump will work?

No. I have no experience with this pump. I just went shopping for a pump that's the right size for the application and not an arm and leg. As long as the pump can produce 35 -45 psi @ a minimum of say 120L/Hr. and I would suggest not more than 150 L/Hr if possible you should be fine. Fitment is important too. Not like you have a lot of places to put it.

this is the one I'm using and not sure why but it stopped working
walbrofuelpumps.com/walbro-gsl395-fuel-pump.html[/quote]

Strange that a Walbro failed this early. I've always trusted Walbro. A good name in fuel system parts.
Are you sure it's not a fuel pump relay ?
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My issue is with the pump for sure
it's working on and off even with direct power
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