"Holster" or "saddle" type fuel pump as used in fuel pump modules on Ducati motorcycles.
This pump is not available separately from Ducati. Our pump is designed to be an ExactFit™ replacement for these applications, saving customers from having to spend upwards of $1000 to buy an entire fuel module to replace a failed pump.
Does not come with a pre-filter or fuel filter. You can clean and re-use your old one or contact your local dealer.
|In Depth||The Ca Cycleworks EFI Fuel Pump fits most 2003+ Ducati models with fuel flanges.|
|Make||Ducati, Aprilia, Husqvarna|
|Model||Diavel, D16RR, Hypermotard, MH, Monster, Multistrada, Sport Classic, Streetfighter, Superbike, Supersport|
|Engine||1200, 1198, 1100, 1098, 1000, 999, 900, 848, 800, 796, 750, 749, 696, 695, 620|
Awesome replacement Review by Tbown
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2005 Monster S2R800. After purchasing the bike I realized why the two former owners had said it was often cold blooded. Personal mechanic said the pump was dead...great! It was a risk to pay $150 and it not work. However, considering the OEM part is $1,150 I risked it, and man I do not regret it. Pump works great, price is %1000 percent cheaper, and as for quality, it looked just like the OEM and there is no noticeable difference. (Posted on 5/8/13)
Easy swap, could save you money Review by Trevor
Price Value Quality
My bike has a flange-type fuel pump assembly (2005 M620). I bought one of these pumps and it turned out the problem was somewhere else. Even so, installing this one in place of the original was super easy. It's a true drop-in replacement. I can't speak to performance or longevity, as mine was in place for all of about 12 hours before I found the real problem. But if you know it's your pump that's bad, this is an easy fix and inexpensive compared to the price of the whole flange assembly. (Posted on 7/12/11)