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Thread: External Fuel Pump for Birkin S3

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    Default External Fuel Pump for Birkin S3

    Need a fuel pump today...

    The original inline was an SP1155 (Spectre)...Canadian Company...no one in town seems to be able to order one.

    Has anyone found another inline with a 45-65psi range that an ordinary parts store might have?

    Thanks in advance guys...first time poster, longtime reader!

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    Not sure where you are located but plenty of online US sites have it - spec urgent delivery to your door direct

    https://www.amazon.com/Spectra-Premi.../dp/B00GOP7RGA


    https://www.summitracing.com/parts/sgt-sp1155


    https://www.ebay.com/p/214809187


    https://www.pepboys.com/spectra-prem...roduct/1016192

    Gee Pepboys is a rip off - nearly double the others. You could go to PepBoys retail place and have them order the product off their website



    https://www.rockauto.com/en/parts/sp...fuel+pump,6256

    Cheapest price of the ones I found



    Napa and Advance Auto do not stock it


    That does not get you one today unfortunately

    If you need a pump today then try Holley or Edelbrock inline pumps. You will have to see what they have in stock but these two brands have a variety of pumps that should give you the gph and psi you need.
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    If you're still looking: I use a Walbro inline pump. Try Calling TomCarlin at BirkinDirect USA. He likely has one in the shop.

    good luck

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    If you're anywhere close to CT I have one that has less than 500 miles on it, worked perfectly. You can have it for the cost of a 12-pack of beer.

    Here's a link with a photo: http://www.usa7s.net/vb/showthread.p...highlight=pump
    Bruce

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    Walbro is the way to go...

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