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Oct 2nd 2017, 10:02 AM   #1
Rix
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  Apr 2016
  tacoma

  2014 vstrom 650, 2005 fz1, 82 cm400, 82 450 nighthawk, 83 virago 500, 71 cb175, 70 cl100, 1984 magna
Fuel pumps for 05 fz1

I picked up a cheap and pretty fucked up fz1. Among all the issues is a missing fuel pump. So the question is: are aftermarket fuel pumps any good, should I get a used OEM pump, or is a new OEM pump is the only way to go?
Oct 2nd 2017, 10:25 AM   #2
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  Jan 2016
  Custer, WA

  Suzuki 09 GSXR 1000 Suzuki 09 DRZ 400SM 1970 Yamaha 250 DT1 Enduro
Look at ebay
Oct 2nd 2017, 12:01 PM   #3
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  Jan 2016
  here

  there
Go OEM.
Oct 2nd 2017, 05:19 PM   #4
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  Jan 2016
  Moses Lake, WA

  2013 Kawasaki Concours C-14, 2005 ZX-10R Kawasaki (Nekkid), '99 Yamaha TW-200
I have installed 2 aftermarket HI performance fuel pumps that are nearly identical to the OEM, but 1/6 the price. They work fine.
Oct 3rd 2017, 06:20 AM   #5
Rix
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  Apr 2016
  tacoma

  2014 vstrom 650, 2005 fz1, 82 cm400, 82 450 nighthawk, 83 virago 500, 71 cb175, 70 cl100, 1984 magna
So good reliability and longevity then?
Specific brand?
This is a low pressure pump for carbs.
Oct 3rd 2017, 11:38 AM   #6
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  Jan 2016
  Moses Lake, WA

  2013 Kawasaki Concours C-14, 2005 ZX-10R Kawasaki (Nekkid), '99 Yamaha TW-200
In both my cases they were for Hondas. ST11/13. I think I just went to the ST owners forum and they had done the work, but I recall a search for high performance (not pressure) fuel pumps. They even looked identical and were for Honda 4cyl cars.

Might be harder for Yammies, but if you get the figures for PSI and flow they should be able to find a match. I had to remove a small part and bend a bracket, but they were drop in replacements after that and both are still running fine on the road.
Oct 4th 2017, 08:36 AM   #7
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  Apr 2016
  Auburn, WA

  ...1987 Yamaha FZR1000...
Here is an option

I installed this on my 87 FZR1000:

Mr Gasket Fuel pump #42S. It has worked great for the last two years; no issues at all. Of course you will have to rig some sort of bracket for it.
Oct 4th 2017, 03:17 PM   #8
 
  Oct 2016
  Yakima

I picked up a 2006 CBR600RR as a track bike with a trashed fuel system. I bought a pump from quantum systems online and after several track days at almost full throttle, no issues at all! I'd say you'd be fine with aftermarket, especially with just a daily rider.

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Edited by LaCorski on Oct 4th 2017 at 03:23 PM
Oct 4th 2017, 03:21 PM   #9
 
  Oct 2016
  Yakima

The pump was a drop in replacement. About $75 bucks to my door.

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Oct 7th 2017, 08:23 PM   #10
Rix
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  Apr 2016
  tacoma

  2014 vstrom 650, 2005 fz1, 82 cm400, 82 450 nighthawk, 83 virago 500, 71 cb175, 70 cl100, 1984 magna
Well I found a used pump for twenty bucks shipped. Until I get this bucket up and running, as long as it works, it'll be good enough. Long road for this poor bike.
I'm going to look into the other stuff as well though, thanks.
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