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Old 02-16-2021, 10:49 AM   #1
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WANTED 2013 R1 Fuel Pump

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WANTED 2013 R1 Fuel Pump

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$1 million

Is the item new or used?

I had to do the walk of shame. Stopped at a friends house a block away, but when I left I didn't hear the pump charge up. Of course, no fuelie - no startie.
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Old 02-21-2021, 06:18 PM   #2
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Specific part you're looking for, I've used this on an r6 and an r1 (PN: 14B-13907-20-00)
worth a try over the actual oem part that costs around $300.

Wouldnt hurt to order a new O-ring (19B-24486-01-00)
but most of the time they arent in bad shape to reuse the one you got, just put a little bit of grease to help keep it good if its a bit dry
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