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Fuel Pump ID 08 Jul 2007 06:20 #155422

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Fellow Fuelie owners:

I have a 1982 KZ1100B model (GPz1100) and I'm looking for replacement fuel pumps. The Kawasaki part number is 49040-1003. According to Mother Kaw, The 1981 B1, 1982 B2, 1983 (ZX1100A1) and 1984 (ZX1100A2) GPz's all used the same pump. The manufacturer of these pumps was UNISIA JECS [part number A42 312). JECS supplied these fuel pumps supposedly to a number of vehicle makers including Kawaski, Polaris snowmobiles, some Cadillacs and Fords? (and others). I have the correct one for my bike but it came from one of these other vehicles...the part number on the unit is 158-62211-10. I am aware of another JECS unit with the part number of 9580-810-026. Can anyone identify what maker(s) these parts numbers belong to? I don't think it is Polaris or Cadillac.

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Michael
Alvin, Texas

1982 GPz750
1977 KZ1000A
1978 KZ1000A
1982 GPz1100
1975 Z2A

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Fuel Pump ID 09 Jul 2007 10:48 #155673

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Some of the turbo owners on my site use the high pressure pump out of a 79 Cadillac El Dorado. It's apparently identical.

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760cc - 8.69@162mph
810cc, 211mph www.750turbo.com
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Fuel Pump ID 09 Jul 2007 11:17 #155682

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Thanks Lorcan!...Steell had suggested I check your site and I did, but it was not immediately apparent which units would cross-list.
Michael
Alvin, Texas

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1977 KZ1000A
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Fuel Pump ID 13 Jul 2007 16:28 #156710

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Michael
Alvin, Texas

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1977 KZ1000A
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Fuel Pump ID 14 Nov 2020 09:10 #838477

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Hey guys, I'm looking at buying an 81 GPz1100 but the fuel pump is out. I saw the thread here about the 79 Cadillac El Dorado pump fitting but I called a guy and that car has a high pressure pump that attaches to the frame and a low pressure pump that goes in the tank. Can you tell me which one it is? If there is a part # or another way I can search it that would be helpful as well!

Thanks! Mike

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Fuel Pump ID 14 Nov 2020 14:50 #838487

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See second post in this thread.
1982 KZ1000 LTD parts donor
1981 KZ1000 LTD awaiting resurrection
2000 ZRX1100 not ridden enough

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Fuel Pump ID 14 Nov 2020 20:38 #838497

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Buy this one:

Motorcycle builder since 1973. Master Tech. Current bike: 1982 GPZ1100B2.
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