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I was at a 2002 meet yesterday and someone was telling me to get read of the org. fuel pump from my 1975 2002 and put in an electrical one? is there any benefit to doing this why should I do this? Will it pump more fuel in the carb? I don't know I'm new at this so if anyone can help it would be apppreciated...

Jaime

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For a stock 2002 with a standard carburettor, there's no real reason to go with an electric fuel pump, unless you just hate the sight of the mechanical one hanging off the engine. If you go to sidedraft carbs, it's tough to find a mechanical pump that fits, so the standard response is to fit an electric one back near the tank.

Mike

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...on trips in my '02 "back in the day." They were prone to sudden failure and it was difficult to find one out in the hinterlands.

Mike Self has a "road kit" that includes such things as plugs, cap, condenser, waterpump, radiator cap, etc.

"If it ain't broke, don't fix it."

Cheers!

Delia Wolfe

'73tii

Inka (aka "Julius")

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