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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 08-31-2009, 09:22 PM Thread Starter
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High flow fuel pump??

In the process of getting my 660 ready for this year and wondering if I should use a high flow pump? putting on K&N full intake kit and possibly new carb from the pro shop. I have one from Alba and now wondering if it really makes a difference.
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cant hurt. i run one but i have a few more goodies than you. if you can get a good deal on one, grab it. i got stuck on a sand trip due to a bad fule pump so now i have two on me.
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post #5 of 21 (permalink) Old 09-01-2009, 03:19 PM
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no need, the stocker is plenty. and mine is very built up.



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Is there any neg. to putting it on? I already have it but, can leave for a backup. They sent me a main jet with the pump. Didn't think I would have to jet for a pump?
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the main jet is for slowing down the fuel. it goes inside the fuel line that runs to the carb. i would just keep it as a back up.
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the main jet is for slowing down the fuel. it goes inside the fuel line that runs to the carb. i would just keep it as a back up.
it goes into the return line I believe, why would you add more flow then stop it with a jet? think about that! lol



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i was told that they flow to much and will over fill the bowls?. i never had/have that problem just what i have heard.
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post #10 of 21 (permalink) Old 09-03-2009, 12:15 AM
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i just put a high flow mikuni on mine and i didn't use any of the fuel line kits. so far it has been fine and is not flooding out. i've only ran it for about an hour or so. theres a couple of companies that sells the pumps with a fuel line kit. the kit comes with a different T that has a bigger return fitting on it. i don't really see how it can help because the return fitting on the tank is still the same size.
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