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  • SliderFighter
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    Help withh a part number?

    I have a 2001 X-star and need to replace the pump. The NAPA E2065 / Advance E2044 / Delco EP356 part is close, but are all a little smaller than the one I pulled out and won't work for my application. The label on the "Big Daddy" Carter module shows: 71-299S, 23 K00, CGB 98-002. The actual fuel pump itself shows 2290A 291. Photos attached. Can anyone help me by providing a part number that will work?
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  • TallRedRider
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    I did not read pages 6-15 or so.

    My pump just went out.

    Is the pump the same even for an 2006 8.1L engine?

    I will have it apart in the next day or two, and will know for sure then. But it would be nice to know now if the replacement is the same to pop the new one back in.

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  • rgardjr1
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    Last week my friend and I were changing out the tins on our Harley Davidson Road Kings. His fuel pump had a piece of corrugated fuel line that looked an awful lot like the pictures that I've seen around here. I think he replaced his because I noticed one in his garbage can. It didn't dawn on me until too late that this might be what were looking for. He's got a 2001 Road King-I'll try to get a part number from him to see what he ended up with.

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  • skyski
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    Hello, on my 2007 X-Star with LY6 Engine is the fuel pump (carter 323 7C16B) after 500 hours broken. Which aftermarket fuel pump can I use?

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  • rhsprostar
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    OK, so I sent an email to Texloc and they forwarded it to an engineer in the tech department regarding compatibility of the corrugated hose and gasoline/ethenol.
    I will keep everyone posted....

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  • rhsprostar
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    bumpity, bump for the replacement fuel line info

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  • Sodar
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    LT-1 fuel pumps are engine mounted on the port rear of the motor. Beyond that, I don't know.

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  • rhsprostar
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    Originally posted by 95prostar View Post
    does anybody have an aftermarket pump part number for the lt1 pump?
    I think the fuel pump on the LT1's was not an in-tank module. I could be wrong though. What year boat is it?

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  • 95prostar
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    does anybody have an aftermarket pump part number for the lt1 pump?

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  • rhsprostar
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    bump bump bump.....

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  • rhsprostar
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    Hi Guys, wow this thread has gone a long way since I started it. I have been running my pump for a couple of years now but am concerned about the piece of rubber fuel line i replaced the plastic one with. This find by rudaire looks really good. Anyone looked into it? I think it may be the answer to our problem!



    Originally posted by rudaire View Post
    Has anyone tried to order this stuff??

    http://www.texloc.com/corrugated.html

    Seems we could order the 1/4 inch and warm/stretch it over the 5/16 end. I haven't measured the tubing in my X-star, but seems this company could provide a replacement.

    Also, I talked to a supply company in my city that swears it is no problem to source either a smooth or corrugated replacement, but I'd have to order bulk, which I've considered doing and selling the extras..

    d

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  • rudaire
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    Originally posted by bigmac View Post
    How long is the stock tubing?
    actually, that's my question.. My fuel pump isn't broken (yet).. I'm just trying to be prepared.

    I was hoping someone who's experienced this failure and had their hands on the little plastic tubing could give me an estimate, and I'd order one to have on hand..

    dave

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  • bigmac
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    How long is the stock tubing?

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  • rudaire
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    if someone can estimate the length I'd need for an 02 X-star (it's probably the same for all boats.. I doubt the tank height changes significantly...) I'd buy some and see how it goes..

    dave

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  • bigmac
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    Cool find.

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