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6.6L pump

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Have a friend with a '90 F800 with the 6.6L. Can anyone tell me who makes the inline pump for these? I need to turn this thing up to get a little more pulling power.

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Re: 6.6L pump

It's a Bosch. It's got the set screw under the 3/8" allen plug. Quick reference is in my sig. below. It's listed with IH, since it's the same style pump.

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Re: 6.6L pump

thanks for the help!

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