Fuel pump/ SJM

cpcycle@earthlink.net cpcycle at earthlink.net
Thu Feb 9 12:01:48 EST 2006

Using Scott for parts is a time saver. 
Plus when you have the inevitable question he has the wisdom
to keep you on the right track.
Many times I have ordered parts and found small treasures in the box that make the 
job easier to complete( small hose clamps, nuts, etc.).

Chuck Pierce
91 200tq Avant

-----Original Message-----
>From: patrick.anderson1 at comcast.net
>Sent: Feb 7, 2006 10:44 AM
>To: Peter Schulz <pcschulz at comcast.net>, motogo1 <motogo1 at cox.net>, Audi 200 <200q20v at www.audifans.com>
>Subject: Re: Fuel pump
>I got a new pump about a year or so ago. Ordered from SJM and it came with the basket, new hose, etc. Everything I needed for the job. He even included some new hardware that was different size from the old pump. I don't recall exactly what it was but remember thinking "Gee, I'm glad he included that stuff" so I didn't have to go track it down.
>-------------- Original message -------------- 
>From: Peter Schulz <pcschulz at comcast.net> 
>> I went through a similar situation... 
>> I did have the sleeve for the smaller pump, but not the different hose... 
>> I managed to get some high pressure fuel injection hose from an 
>> autoparts store and cobble something together with the banjo barbed 
>> hose fittings...alot cheaper than the $160.... 
>> -Peter 
>> At 09:52 AM 2/7/2006, motogo1 wrote: 
>> >I don't know about the pressure/flow rates, but I would try it if it fits in 
>> >the basket. I just went through this hassle. I'll try to keep it short. I 
>> >ordered a fuel pump for my 91 200. It is an updated pump and is much too 
>> >small to fit in the holder basket, and it needs a $160 adapter hose (dealer 
>> >part) because it has a nipple instead of screw on fitting. I ended up 
>> >getting a Pierburg pump for a 93 V8 quattro. Not quite an exact fit, but it 
>> >works. 
>> > 
>> >Gary Martin 
>> >94 UrS4 
>> >91 200 TQA 
>> > 
>> >----- Original Message ----- 
>> >From: "Feelstranger" 
>> >To: <200q20v at audifans.com> 
>> >Sent: Tuesday, February 07, 2006 9:15 AM 
>> >Subject: Fuel pump 
>> > 
>> > 
>> >O collectively wise collective... 
>> >I need a new fuel pump. I have a new pump that was never installed in a 
>> >previously owned 88 5000 QTA. I just pulled the pump from my 20V and it is 
>> >a Bosch 63 mm unit (original?) So, would the unit I bought for the 5000 
>> >work, or are they likely to have different pressure or flow rates? 
>> >Otherwise they are the same in size and shape. 
>> >Is it possible that this could be fixed without spending any (more) money??? 
>> >Thanks 
>> >Nat 
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>> -Peter Schulz 
>> Chelmsford Ma, USA 
>> 1991 200 20v Q Avant Titan Grey 
>> 1991 200 20v Q Avant Indigo Mica 
>> 1991 90 20v Q Red 
>> 1990 CQ silver (awaiting S2 engine transplant) 
>> 1990 CQ red ( to part or not) 
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