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
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
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.
[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.