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obsolete fuel pump? 99 380 touring

Hello, does anyone have part # that will replace oem fuel pump for a 1999 380 touring?
My local stores say that it is obsolete. OEM part # is 403801000.
Even if I had to mount a replacement one in a different way.
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Do you have a picture of it? It's probably a Mikuni and you can buy them aftermarket.

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You should still be able to make any fuel pump work. There really isn't much different with fuel pumps besides some are for one cylider, two cylinder, and triples.

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Hello, thanks for the reply.
I have found aftermarket pumps with the same inlets/outlets but they pump 32 liters or 64 liters per (hour?)
Which one would work?
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The 32 would be sufficient for that sled/engine.

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Hello, and thanks for the reply's.
It was not the pump.
I thought it was the pump because when I rolled the engine over I could see that gas was not being pumped to the carbs.
This morning I was tinkering with it and found that the pump worked but would not pump gas to the carbs. So I drained the carbs bowls and rolled her over and the pump then filled the lines and then the bowls and she fired up and ran normally.
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Sounds like you must have had some air in the lines.

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