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April 28th, 2011, 08:25 AM   #21
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Re: Aftermarket fuel pump

Originally Posted by BRN2RDE
OK, Got it fixed. Again. The non barbed fuel hose connection blew the line off. Looks like the fuel line I got was not the quality it appeared and went a bit soft when the fuel got warm. I replaced that with hopefully better line, and better clamps. So far, so good.

And the inline fuel filter that I added awhile back is a Napa Gold 3027. Very cheap, but has been working very well for 5 months now. If you look at the application for what it fits, you see a couple vermeers with a cummins diesel engine so it is good for a pressurized system.
I'm a bit concerned now. I am getting ready to replace my pump with the ca-cycleworks version. I went to Auto Zone and bought Fuel Injection rated fuel line and clamps, but now I am worried that I will have the same issue as you. Was the original line you bought not FI rated, or did you find some better FI rated line? Let me know, as I was going to do that work to mine tonight.
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April 28th, 2011, 09:13 AM   #22
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Re: Aftermarket fuel pump

To be honest, I am worried still about the fuel line. I bought a different brand than what I first put in for the second go around. I am not sure it will be much better. Both were 180psi rated fuel line. I am going to do some checking around to see if I can find some fuel line that is rated for FI and submersion. If I can find it, I will post it up here and take 'er apart yet one more time. By now, I betcha I can have that bike apart and back together in under 40 minutes....
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April 28th, 2011, 01:19 PM   #23
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Re: Aftermarket fuel pump

The line came off of the pump end correct? I am going to look at double clamping it or safety wiring it along with the clamp. I will also look for different line. I'll update if I find anything out.
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April 28th, 2011, 01:22 PM   #24
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Re: Aftermarket fuel pump

I found a Gates brand of fuel line that is high pressure, and supposed to be good for submersion in gasoline. I ordered a foot as no shop locally stocks it. Should be in tommorow. Problem is it like $26.00 per foot. Part number # 27093..
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April 28th, 2011, 02:41 PM   #25
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Re: Aftermarket fuel pump

Found the same stuff. $22 a foot at NAPA part #H209. I got it for $18 because the guy quoted me the wholesaler price. I picked up a foot of it. Supposed to be good to 325 degrees F. Won't disintegrate in fuel either. I plan on posting the rest of the pics for this after I get it all done. My tear down pics have already made it to the home page.
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May 2nd, 2011, 10:58 AM   #26
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Re: Aftermarket fuel pump

Here are some pics of my fuel pump change using the ca-cycleworks pump.

Stock pump removed from the tank.
[attachment=2:1hspox7t]2011-04-22 15.44.18 800x600.jpg[/attachment:1hspox7t]

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[attachment=0:1hspox7t]2011-04-22 15.48.02 800x600.jpg[/attachment:1hspox7t]

To be continued......
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May 2nd, 2011, 11:02 AM   #27
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fuel pump change continued...

[attachment=2:2gzzq3p3]2011-04-28 18.08.34 800x600.jpg[/attachment:2gzzq3p3]

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May 2nd, 2011, 11:11 AM   #28
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fuel pump change continued.....

[attachment=1:338zcwnp]2011-04-30 15.29.00 800x600.jpg[/attachment:338zcwnp]

[attachment=0:338zcwnp]2011-04-30 15.29.38 800x600.jpg[/attachment:338zcwnp]

All in all this wasn't too bad. I had to cut the line between the pump and the filter shorter than I expected. That's the benefit to that flexy line that husaberg used. It can bend when jamming it back inside the tank. I was a bit concerned with the electrical connection on the pump. I ended up massaging the connectors to make them fit tighter and then zip tying the harness to the fuel line right above the connection so they can't come off. I did a short test run behind my house and it seemed to run fine. I hope to get a more thorough test this weekend. Hopefully this puts an end to my fuel pump over heating problem.
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May 2nd, 2011, 08:08 PM   #29
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Re: Aftermarket fuel pump

Thanks for the write up and pics. On my first ride on the 390 my bike was showing the overheating and sticking pump symptoms. It would take a couple of minutes to restart each time, but otherwise would run fine. Made some quiries with the dealer, but they're useless. (they recommended that I try the hot start button, which is the cold start to you and me).

I figured I might as well deal with it myself. I ordered the ca pump and gates line. Any particular clamps you're using? I want to make sure whatever I use will work with the unbarbed line.

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Re: Aftermarket fuel pump

Garrison, Did you try talking to the guys at A&E Racing? They may have some advice!

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