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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 06-06-2011, 11:56 AM Thread Starter
 
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Fuel Pump 49040-0041

2009 Teryx 750 LE 49040-0041 fuel pump.
Has anyone had any luck finding a fuel pump only, instead of buying the $500 assembly?
I swear I'll park it and ride my Yamaha ATV before I pay $500 for a plastic tower with a $50 fuel pump in it!
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post #2 of 20 (permalink) Old 06-06-2011, 12:59 PM
 
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Retrofit it with an efi pump of some type, most of those pumps come from anothe oem other than kawasaki, google universal efi pump and see what you find.
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Yeah I have been looking at them, but a lot of variables since it has to be the correct psi and has to fit in the oem plastic tower. I am going to try searching the numbers stamped on the pump itself and see what I can find.
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please let us know what u find

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typically the regulator governs the pressure, most efi pumps can deliver the right pressure.
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That is an external pump v8jeep86. The 49040-0041 is a "in tank" pump.
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I tried searchin for a while but no luck. Sorry man. That would piss me off. No way id spend $500. I can get a brand new one for my truck for $200. Sh&*ty deal

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It is a Mitsubishi brand pump UC-T35 C9113 apparently it is captive to Kawasaki and is not used on any other application. Looking through the web at EFI in tank pumps, I must say some of the pumps alone are $400 so it may be the case that if it was avail alone it may be very expensive. It is just a shame that it only last 1 year and 4 months in the Teryx.

I have read that the sock on these is not very good and that if I buy a new assembly I should go to the parts house and get an automotive sock filter to fit.

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that is what exteended warrentys are for
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I have jest the pump for $50.00, I put a bosch pump and regulator in mine
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What PSI does the stock fuel pump run?
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stock fuel pump is 43 psi
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u have the part numbers for the bosch?

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thats for a suzuki not a kawasaki

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i am sure its close enought to modify to work sombody has done the home work allready
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fuel pump

Flip manufacturing is where you find a fuel pump..the pump for the mule 4010 is exact match
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There is a good chance the pump is not bad there is a screen between the fuel pump and the regulator separate them and with a bent nail punch out the screen reassemble and replace filter and if wanted install a in line filter and make sure it is metal not plastic. should work good luck.
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Call flup manufacturing get fuel pump for mule 4010 its a direct fit used it on my 2010 teryx runs great only 48 dollars
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