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    which fuel pump ?

    so my 2.0 S is now 90mm and a 2.5. I dont have a fuel pump and wanted feedback on
    which one to get.
    Richard aka le Zookeeper
    early reg #1128

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    I assume were talking about carbs here. I have used the peirburg pump with carbs on several cars with great results.
    Tony Proasi
    52 split window coupe
    67 912

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    For 2,0 with carbs I use Facet Electric Fuel Pump [] with Bendix sticker from NLA [] and fittings from Appletree VW [] or local NAPA store. Replacement pump looks like the original except for fittings and mounts to same location as the original.
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    John Schiavone


    356 Cab, 66 911, 914-6, 550-Beck, 981 Cayman, 54 MV Agusta Dustbid

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    My 2.0S is fitted with a Hardy...

    Hardi make a modern version of this pump which looks exactly the same but for the plastic cover, which is a vivid blue colour.

    Regards, Mike.

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    thanks to all, I will try Hardi or Pierburg.
    Richard aka le Zookeeper
    early reg #1128

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