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    Airtex E2111 fuel pump

    Anyone tried thisin a 15F, it is supposed to fit so why get raped?

    http://www.streetperformance.com/par...375-e2111.html

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    My name is Sean and I am addicted to STXs smokeysevin's Avatar
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    walboro gs342

    that is a better pump that has more than enough volume and pressure, its 109 but its got room to grow, and a large safety factor

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    Quote Originally Posted by smokeysevin View Post
    walboro gs342

    that is a better pump that has more than enough volume and pressure, its 109 but its got room to grow, and a large safety factor

    Sean
    Correct Sean
    Gs342 is a good pump aslong as you ensure you get the ORIGINAL unit and not the japo copy

    ALL of the cheap pumps DO NOT maintain FP when under high demand ........EG ,WOT

    on car you can get away with a cheap inferior fuel pumps, because cars have a CLOSED LOOP fuel system, So when /if the pump pressure does sag enough to affect fuel mixtures the ECU will adjust fuel trims to correct it...

    We on the other had just wait till we detonate a engine to shit because the FP slumped and the engine goes lean....

    I prefer to play on the safe side of the fence and use a trusted combination when it comes to fuel supply

    Not saying that pump wont work, just I wouldnt take the chance... and its only $50-$60 its not worth a rebuild to find out .

    Waz

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    So, none of you have tried it is the answer so far. It's 85 liters per hour at 4 bars, wonder what the 15F is for LPH at 67ml for 3 seconds Kawasaki spec?



    43 PSI = 2.965 BAR pump output pressure for kawasaki at idle speed rating. Looks good so far on paper and cars run way longer than skis.

    From what I have read the new pump inserts into the kawasaki fuel pump assembly as a cartridge leaving the return system intact.

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    so does the walbro, how much pressure does it lose at WOT though? that is the important part.

    Quote Originally Posted by rotortiller View Post
    So, none of you have tried it is the answer so far. It's 85 liters per hour at 4 bars, wonder what the 15F is for LPH at 67ml for 3 seconds Kawasaki spec?



    43 PSI = 2.965 BAR pump output pressure for kawasaki at idle speed rating. Looks good so far on paper and cars run way longer than skis.

    From what I have read the new pump inserts into the kawasaki fuel pump assembly as a cartridge leaving the return system intact.

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    That'd be a function of LPH and PSI rating. That's why they spec it.

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    go for your life after all its all about personal choice and what we/you are happy with

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    I agree that e211 airtex fuel pump has a good quality as long that it is an original part.

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