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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 10-17-2012, 03:24 AM Thread Starter
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fuel pump differences

Any body know if fuel pumps are interchangeable, I now have a spare tank for racing and am thinking it would be a lot simpler to put another pump in the spare tank rather than removing and swapping pumps whenever I change tanks. Its for a 2005 750s Brutale ,I`m assuming up to 2010 are physically the same but are the outputs the same for larger capacity motors ?
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I think they are all same 2000 - 2009 Cus. The fuel pump provides a pressure 3bar I understand , at the fuel rail and the injectors are merely solenoid operated valves operated by ecu signal.

Maybe one of the gurus could chime in and confirm..

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I think also that all fuel pumps at the early F4s are the same. At least I bought a complete European fuel pump / filter / pressure regulator / ... set for my carbon tank. A to get rid of the carbon filter and to have lesser trouble with installing. I hope I can tell You more later in the Year.
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