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post #1 of (permalink) Old 06-09-2012, 11:19 PM Thread Starter
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Location: Hollister, California, USA
Model: 2010 GL1800 ABS
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Post GL1500 fuel pump replacement with - Napa P72190 pump is easy fix

I did some research and found that the Napa P72190 fuel pump ($60) runs at 15 GPH and about 2.5-3.5 psi which is closer to the stock 10 GPH. The Delphi and Airtex pumps listed in other posts are running at +/- 20 GPH.

I bought the Napa pump today along with a fuel strainer for the inlet Napa FS0009 ($8).

I followed the instructions on http://www.berrysweb.com/1500_fuel_pump.htm

AZgl1500 EDIT: berrysweb is gone as of 8/28/2012

The same article has been archived at:
https://www.yousendit.com/download/T...QXBmVGFGa2NUQw




The Napa pump comes with a rubber sleeve that fits around the pump and fits into the metal band on the Wing's pump bracket perfectly. It also comes with two connecting wires with fittings on them. I unscrewed the old wires and installed the new ones in their place. The length was perfect. I installed a new piece of 5/16 fuel line and it was done.

I put it back in the tank and after priming it, the bike fired right up! Best $70 I've spent.



EDIT: this pump produces 2.5 psi as measured by a fuel gauge.

My 5th Wing
\'83 GL1100
\'88 GL1500
\'02 GL1800
\'88 GL1500
And now a 2010 GL1800 ABS

Last edited by AZgl1800; 12-29-2013 at 05:51 PM.
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