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Mechanical Fuel Pump, Upright Engine w/Alternator, 113-127-025G
Mechanical Fuel Pump, Upright Engine w/Alternator, 113-127-025G


 
Mechanical Fuel Pump, Upright Engine w/Alternator, 113-127-025G is used on volkswagen upright engines when equipped with an alternator (1973 1/2-1974). But you can use this on any year upright engine if you use the shorter Push Rod.

This pump is shorter, and uses a shorter pump push rod, which gives you clearance to R&R the pump with the larger diameter alternator sitting above it. If you assemble an alternator equipped engine with a generator style pump, you'll find you cannot get the pump off with the alternator in the way (that's the price of education!). The solution is to put an "Alternator Pump" and push rod on to prevent this headache.

This pump uses a C Clip on the pivot pin to prevent it from falling out!

You should also know that Volkswagen fuel pumps are self regulated for pressure, but you have to know how to do it! This is accomplished by putting the pump further away from the pushrod, lessening the pump stroke. You do this by stacking pump gaskets between the pump and spacer.

We have seen the stock pump output pressure exceed 12psi, often due to aftermarket pump spacers being too short. Either stack a ton of gaskets, or use a properly built spacer.

It is also important to note that if you put a Generator pump with an Alternator Push Rod, or an Alternator Pump with a Generator Push Rod, you will have problems! Make sure you are using apples with apples!

Price: $39.95

: 113-127-025G


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Mechanical Fuel Pump, Upright Engine w/Alternator, 113-127-025G is used on volkswagen upright engines when equipped with an alternator (1973 1/2-1974). But you can use this on any year upright engine if you use the shorter Push Rod.

This pump is shorter, and uses a shorter pump push rod, which gives you clearance to R&R the pump with the larger diameter alternator sitting above it. If you assemble an alternator equipped engine with a generator style pump, you'll find you cannot get the pump off with the alternator in the way (that's the price of education!). The solution is to put an "Alternator Pump" and push rod on to prevent this headache.

This pump uses a C Clip on the pivot pin to prevent it from falling out!

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  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
 
5 of 5 Alternator Pump July 21, 2013
Reviewer: ted from montana  
Good quality Bocar pump.  Thanks!

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