|11-12-2007, 11:12 AM||#1|
Joined: May 2007
Location: Orlando, Florida
Fuel Pump Adaptations for r1100 GS
Hi, I am having problems with my fuel pump, and I want to buy a new one, I have read, that I can adapt a bmw serie 3, or a VW jetta. Wich model doest it fits to my r1100 gs '96.
|11-12-2007, 01:56 PM||#3|
Joined: May 2005
Location: Upstate South Carolina
NAPA part # 74095. Autozone or Advanced Auto can crossreference it. It fits a 4 cylinder mustang. I have not done this. This info is from some notes I have saved from other fourms. YMMV!!! Worth a look.
"Never say Never"
|11-12-2007, 09:52 PM||#4|
BLUES TRAVELER 04'GSA
Joined: Sep 2005
Complete aftermarket kit from www.beemerboneyard.com for only $139 plus shipping. Very easy to install. Comes with everything including new clamps, filter sock, and new wires. Yes, you need to change out the ends on the wires.
New pump is made in the USA by Walbro. Is about 1" shorter than stock. Fits right in the bracket and uses a 1" longer piece of fuel line supplied in the kit to make up for the 1" shorter pump.
Would have cost me twice as much had I bought everything from BMW.
After buying and installing mine from BBY I saw the same kit on ebay. Seller was Euro Motoelectrics. If you look at the top of the 1st picture you'll see thats who makes the kit. They had a buy it now price of $117 with free shipping and if you bought it now they also threw in 4 spark plugs and a new oil filter.
If you don't mind buying from ebay it might be worth checking.
Beemerboneyard is great to work with and they had the pump to me in 3 working day's. Took about an hour and a half to install.
Sun City, So,Cal
04' BMW GS Adventurer with Alumigo trailer
05' GoldWing with Trekker trailer
ownst1100 screwed with this post 11-13-2007 at 10:16 PM
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