KEMSO New OEM Replace Fuel Pump for BMW R1100R EFI 1995-2001, Replaces 16141341231


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Manufacturer: KEMSO
Part Number: 1
Condition: New
Warranty: Lifetime

High Performance & OEM Replace!

This KEMSO pump is an ideal direct OEM replacement for stock OEM pumps that have gone faulty. Compared to your stock OEM fuel pump, it delivers over 20% more flow at 43psi. It's a high performance fuel pump designed for use in many EFI applications, whether it be daily drivers, fast road or if you're simply just looking to upgrade or replace your faulty fuel pump.

Kit Contents:
• 1 x Genuine KEMSO 14304 Fuel Pump
  (Designed for both gasoline and E85/ethanol)
• 1 x Gradient density Fuel strainer
• 3 x Tank seals
   (Three seals included to cover all models)
• 1 x Rubber hose
• 2 x Hose clamps
• 1 x Rubber base
• 2 x Zip-ties

Flow: 140-160 Liter per Hour, at 43psi, 13.5V
Operational Pressure: 43-68psi
Pump Body Diameter: 4.3cm

Unrivalled KEMSO Quality Fuel Pumps:
There is an increasing number of unbranded aftermarket parts coming onto the market. Do not compare KEMSO parts to other cheap aftermarket units, there is simply no comparison as many cheap part suppliers have little or no:

• Quality Control Program (ISO/TSO)
• Each pump individually tested
• Lifetime Warranty
• Flow testing results

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Questionable review.

IF the previous and ONLY reviewer, Lucien Johnson. states in the review that this fuel pump failed after 2 HOURS, why was the review rated 5 Stars?? Guess I'm going to pass on purchasing this pump.

Lucien Johnson
Poor quality

Replaced OEM pump with the Kemso. It fit nicely and ran. Replacement requires removal of the fairings, draining the fuel, removal of the tank, removal of the fuel level sensor, removal of the pump plate, removal of the pump itself and reassembly in reverse order. A REAL PIA. Went for a test ride and all went well. Pump ran for about 2 hours. Parked the bike and then tried to take a ride a couple of weeks later but the bike wouldn’t start. Surely couldn’t be a bad pump after 2 hours. Checked everything out after reversing all I had done before and, sure enough, the brand new Kemso pump was bad. Will replace with another brand. Poor quality. Don’t want to repeat the experience.

Bought from EBay but can get no response from the seller. Junking the useless pump. Should have known better.

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