Fuel pump holder 82910112a

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Kioors
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Fuel pump holder 82910112a

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Hi guys,

I've cleaned out the fuel tank of my 907. What i found was horrific, but a new level sensor assembly, new pump, strainer and some thorough derusting made it look a lot better. After cleaning the rest of the fuel system, I now have come to a dead end: the mounting rubber for the fuel pump (82910112a).

It is the only part i need to put everything back together, and reusing the old part is not an option, since it is swollen to almost 1,5x its original size...

Can anybody help?

Thanks,
Matthias
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Re: Fuel pump holder 82910112a

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Kioors
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Re: Fuel pump holder 82910112a

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Thanks!

Silly that it should cost twice as much as the fuelpump itself, but hey, at least the 907 gets to ride again!
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Re: Fuel pump holder 82910112a

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I stopped questioning price politics a long time ago. The fuel pump is probably more expensive if you'd order one from Ducati .;)
It seems to me that in the past years more and more 907IE parts are becoming hard to find. Numerous are sold out. Then you can only check if it was used on another bike or do some modifications.
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Re: Fuel pump holder 82910112a

Post by nickta »

Hi.
This maybe a little bit late, but the fuel pump in my 907 crapped itself after the bike was in storage for about 6 months. I got a complete kit from this crowd, which included the pump, the rubber mount and the plastic plate that clips it all into place. They are:
http://www.euromotoelectrics.com/EnDura ... 576edl.htm
It will all just clip into place.

There is a topic on here that has heaps of info in it. The link is:
http://forums.ducatipaso.org/viewtopic. ... 337#p58337

Cheers.
Nick.
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