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    What is this fuel pump for? Bosch K or L jetronic?

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    Quote Originally Posted by callipygous View Post
    What is this fuel pump for? Bosch K or L jetronic?
    They both look like that. Can't you search on the part number?


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    Yeah, another photo came through. I'll post it and do a search...
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    According to the Bosch catalogue, that is a universal fit pump to suit 405, 505 GTi and 505 STi, as well as their matching Citroens and a host of other cars.

    130-195 litres/hour
    300kpa nominal pressure
    12 volt
    less than 6.5 amp current draw
    450-800kpa pressure limit
    175mm long
    52mm diameter
    12mm suction barb
    8mm pressure barb
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    Neat, thanks for that bit of info.

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    As far as I'm aware the fuel pump for the 505 STI is different to the one for the 505GTi which is the same as the one for the 405, The STi one has higher fuel pressure and bolt on outlet from the pump. There are heaps of these pumps abvailable on Ebay which are much cheaper than Bosch and with some careful selction give good service, I've been running some pumps that i brought from America several years ago on three of my Sti's and there still working fine. from memory I paid arounf $120 at that time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by callipygous View Post
    Yeah, another photo came through. I'll post it and do a search...
    Oops sorry; I thought you'd taken the first photo so assumed the box would have the details on it...
    Last edited by Stuey; 5th October 2011 at 03:44 PM.


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