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K, i got my GL1100 running after changing all the fuel lines, putting new filter on it, and putting fresh fuel in it but thefuel pump has now startedspitting fuel out the pee hole, where can i get a new fuel pump from at a reasonable price? I don't trust buying used ones...
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 04-03-2010, 09:11 AM
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I can't lead you to a new source. I'm sure that others can. I found two reasonably priced used fuel pumps on ebay. I bought them off of low mileage bikes, both work flawlessly. I think if you search the threads here you may find some posts on some guys have replaced with electronic pumps.

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Randakk sells an electric conversion for these bikes. supposed to be great too!I think its made from an aircraft fuel pump.,, contact RANDAKK'S Cycle Shakk in NC., ,,,or contact Susan and Frenchy at Crescent Moon Cycle in Prescott Valley AZ. Say " the chef sent me" .
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The link below will take you to one source for new parts the fuel pump sells fo 76 and some change for brand new Honda part.





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$76 is very good for OEM.
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I like using mother Honda parts when I can and i am not going to pay Honda prices if I can shop on line and get better prices only use Honde stealer if it has to be done right now.



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type in 1100 electric fuel pump conversion in the search of the forum and it will pull one up you can do with Autozone stuff....

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www.hdlparts.com ,but call . www.bikebandit.com ,www.oldbikebarn.com

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