I totally agree with Alan. I think the low pressure Facet pump is
marketed mainly for old VW's. It's perfect for the old British cars. I
keep one for a spare-loaner because it is universal. It will fit on
anything & can be hooked up either positive or negative ground. It comes
with fuel hoses, clamps, screws, everything.
Blue One Hundred wrote:
> John -
> Just get a standard Facet Pump. NAPA should have them or can get
> them same day from their warehouse in Napa. Pep boys / Car Quest
> might have it too.
> You want the little square facet pump with the lowest pump pressure,
> I think it's range is 1.5 to 2.5 PSI. I've used the pump on my BJ8
> for 10 years, never fail. Cost is probably around $35.
> By the way, I think the square body facet pump will bolt right up to
> the BN4's standard fuel pump mount. It will work either positive or
> negative ground.
> '53 BN1 '64 BJ8
> On 7/10/05, John Soderling <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> HI all, Urgent so we can go to Healey Rendezvous in Klamath Falls,
>> Oregon, on Monday. My friends BN4 after market fuel pump ( Dupre,
>> Model 12V-840) quite today and he needs an alternate after market
>> fuel pump. Checked several auto parts places and they never heard
>> of Dupre fuel pumps. Although I know its been discussed, I checked
>> the archives and can't find info on this subject.
>> What is a popular after market fuel pump & model # for a BN4 with
>> connectors for rubber fuel lines available at Kragens, Pep Boys or
>> Auto Zone? And what is the pump pressure limits for a Healey six?
>> Thanks in advance. I've got to get it and install it tomorrow,
>> Sunday so we can leave for Klamath Falls on Monday. Vrooom vrooom,