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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 03-11-2015, 11:17 AM
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Let us know how it turns out.

1981 300TD--310k miles
1970 280sel--172k miles
1966 230--162k miles
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Odd, I thought I replied to this one ... maybe I replied to the related one.

Take a look at Summit Racing. They have real-person phone support as well as internet chat support. If you tell them what kind of fuel pressure and volume you need from your pump, they can match you to a correct electric pump. I'd recommend asking about fittings and such to mate it to your fuel lines, and any mounting hardware to make it all easier.
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VW beetle and early MB

In an emergency quite a bit of parts from the vw beetle can be used ; Bosch rotors,points ,fuses,ignition cables fuel pump diaphragm .
The Bosch fuel- triggerpoints in D Jetronic fueling is used in w109 3.5 and other 116 engines cost a $250, so VW injection points help.

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Thanks for all the input
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you could use the 115 090 01 50 , but you must cut off the out line and replace the fitting with a hose / 2 clamps , or better a inline fuel filter .also you MUST USE the spacer between pump and block , number 110 091 02 81
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Bosch supplied that same fuel pump (and the d-jetronic injection system) for a ton of other applications, including Audis, Porsches, VWs, et al. Is there a rebuild kit available for this pump?
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