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Old 11-03-2010, 03:36 PM   #1
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Valve cover sold. make offers on fuel pump.
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Fuel pump specs-

Bosch 0 580 254 909 Inline Fuel Pump

Bosch 909 fuel pumps mount inline (out side of your gas tank), most commonly rear center under your car or truck. Each Bosch 0-580-254-909 fuel pump provides 148LPH of flow and operate at 72.5PSI.

Bosch 909 Fuel Pump Specs:
Bosch Part Number: 0580254909
Minimum Current: 12 Volts / 13 Amp
Operating Pressure: 72.5 PSI (5 Bar)
Minimum Flow @ Outlet: 39 GPH (148 LPH)
Fuel Pump Location: In-Line

Fuel Pump Connections:
Inlet: 12MM
Outlet: M12 x 1.5
Electrical: Positive M5 / Negative M4
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What is the fuel pump rated at ? thanks
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What is the fuel pump rated at ? thanks
Good question, I'll have to look up the part # when I get home.
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Which model AFPR is it?
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which model afpr is it?
2025
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How much for just the afpr? I don't need the pump
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How much for just the afpr? I don't need the pump
Assuming you are in the conus $100 shipped
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PM me then.
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Fuel pump specs-

Bosch 0 580 254 909 Inline Fuel Pump

Bosch 909 fuel pumps mount inline (out side of your gas tank), most commonly rear center under your car or truck. Each Bosch 0-580-254-909 fuel pump provides 148LPH of flow and operate at 72.5PSI.

Bosch 909 Fuel Pump Specs:
Bosch Part Number: 0580254909
Minimum Current: 12 Volts / 13 Amp
Operating Pressure: 72.5 PSI (5 Bar)
Minimum Flow @ Outlet: 39 GPH (148 LPH)
Fuel Pump Location: In-Line

Fuel Pump Connections:
Inlet: 12MM
Outlet: M12 x 1.5
Electrical: Positive M5 / Negative M4
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Midly interested, (have everything to run a ghetto injector flow bench but a fuel pump, the one I was going to use broke when I was messing with it) But my budget for such would be quite a bit less than this is worth, I'm guessing.
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