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Old 06-13-2012, 05:45 PM
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Default Fuel pump for B10 biturbo

So is this an Alpina-specific part, or will a BMW 535i piece work here?
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the original pump ALPINA uses (made by BOSCH) is not available anymore.
don't go with the regular 535i (not even M5) pump though, it doesn't have
enough pressure/flow and could cause engine/cat damage if you push the car.
if you want to stick with BOSCH, you might be good with a 044 motorsport one.
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Thanks testdriver, its arriving tomorrow from Quebec.
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did you order the BOSCH 044? how much did it set you back?
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I did. Nearly $300 from WorldPac. It is available for less through Amazon.com(!) but I was looking for speedy delivery.
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that's not too bad. i wouldn't even be able to get you a much better deal on a
new pump straight from germany. i'm sure your bi-turbo will be happy about it!

ps. how about a write up on the installation? keep us posted!

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