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Author: Subject: Busa Fuel Pump Died
hkp57

posted on 17/5/19 at 03:10 PM Reply With Quote
Busa Fuel Pump Died

The fuel pump in my car died, its standard inside tank 2003 Hayabusa unit.

Engine is mildly tuned with a bit of head work and cams installed, everything else is standard.

Do I go with another second hand pump or is there a viable alternative to a very expensive OEM pump?





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cosmick

posted on 27/5/19 at 08:32 AM Reply With Quote
You do not necessarily need a Hayabusa pump as most Suzuki fuel injection pumps will do and Busa pumps tend to hold a premium on eBay. You can also replace just the pump from inside yours for very cheap money. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/OSIAS-EFI-Fuel-Pump-For-1999-2012-Suzuki-Hayabusa-GSXR1300-GSXR-1300-1300R/263560089888?epid=5016832305&hash=item3d5d67 d120:g:kHYAAOSwLopasLMh





If it can't be fixed with a hammer then its probably an electrical problem.

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hkp57

posted on 27/5/19 at 02:52 PM Reply With Quote
Cosmick

I went with this pattern replacement, seems good so far

Fuel Pump





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SKC Raptor R - Hayabusa
Toyota C-HR Hybrid Limited Edition
Honda VFR1200 CrossTourer
DCT
Marlin Roadster 1800
Mercedes Vito 116 Sport

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cosmick

posted on 29/5/19 at 07:39 AM Reply With Quote
OK glad you are sorted.





If it can't be fixed with a hammer then its probably an electrical problem.

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