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#1 snacky

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Posted 24 July 2014 - 03:38 PM

someone please post a picture of a actual 1982 subaru brat fuel pump.  i have bought 2 now and neither are quite right.  please someone help.  i'm trying to do a original build here.  want to avoid the aftermarket crap



#2 ShawnW

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Posted 24 July 2014 - 04:11 PM

The originals are a rather square item but most replacements of quality are a round one made by Kyosan that is OEM for that era of Subaru pump.   PN 742021101 

 

This is what the original looked like:

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I would rather have the KYOSAN one which looks like:

 

7420-21101.jpg

 

The downside to the KYOSAN one is it often doesnt plug in despite having a factory type plug in.

 

I wouldn't consider the vehicle not original by having the Kyosan pump.  Some rigged cheap aftermarket pump yes but this is pretty damn good.  I sell the pump for $89.95 plus $10 shipping if you want one.  www.retroroo.com for contact info.



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Posted 24 July 2014 - 04:38 PM

The originals are a rather square item but most replacements of quality are a round one made by Kyosan that is OEM for that era of Subaru pump.   PN 742021101 

 

This is what the original looked like:

201394645734.jpg

 

I would rather have the KYOSAN one which looks like:

 

7420-21101.jpg

 

The downside to the KYOSAN one is it often doesnt plug in despite having a factory type plug in.

 

I wouldn't consider the vehicle not original by having the Kyosan pump.  Some rigged cheap aftermarket pump yes but this is pretty damn good.  I sell the pump for $89.95 plus $10 shipping if you want one.  www.retroroo.com for contact info.

are you saying you sell the kyosan for that price or you sell the oem pump?  i have the kyosan as of now.  i would rather have the oem but i can't find that thing.  i didn't even know what it looked like until you showed me.  electrical connection is different yes



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Posted 24 July 2014 - 04:40 PM

also does a adapter exist to make the kyosan work without chopping up the wires?



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Posted 24 July 2014 - 06:15 PM

That Kyosan pump looks like its designed to fit directly to an EA82 engined Subaru.



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Posted 24 July 2014 - 08:06 PM

is the beck arnley model 152-0568 fuel pump a direct replacement?

 

or the mr gasket 42S?



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Posted 25 July 2014 - 04:39 PM

the kyosan is not a direct fit.  i'm fairly sure that there is a fuel pump out there that fits the wiring harness but ive lost my patience and i went on ahead and installed the kyosan






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