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Hi, just new here to this forum. Sinds a few days owner of a fireblade from 1992. Searched for almost 2 years for a good one, yes also the price :)
Plans for this one is bringing this bike in new original condition. First problem now is the fuel pump, new not available anymore but my dealer said he could fix it internally. This one was making a lot of noise as soon the contact was on. Otherwise if anybody has suggestions for other fuelpumps. How much flow does the fuel pump need ?
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You can remove the fuel pump and run it straight from tank to carb. You can also add a 96-99 fuel tap if you want, which is vacuum operated. Otherwise keep your tap and just shut it off when bike is not being ridden. Looks great 👍🏻
 

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You can remove the fuel pump and run it straight from tank to carb. You can also add a 96-99 fuel tap if you want, which is vacuum operated. Otherwise keep your tap and just shut it off when bike is not being ridden. Looks great 👍🏻
Thanks ! Meanwhile tank is going to be cleaned and carb’s ultrasoon cleaned.
 

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I don’t know of any company in EU or UK, but you can certainly search on the web. Under the Fireblade sub forum you can post about a build or restoration to keep people informed. The forum is very quiet however, due to other social media platforms. Don’t expect a lot of reaction or participation. There are only a few of us around these days.
 

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As someone said above you can run it without the pump, I would say that it is vital to fit a vacuum petrol tap though because if you forgot to switch the fuel off and the float valves leaked it would allow fuel to fill the cylinders, then when you next started the bike it’s very likely that it would “hydraulic” and ruin your engine, there must be an alternative fuel pump you could use though, try some other Fireblade forums, someone will know.

PS just found this on eBay, it says it fits the CBR900RR


or this one on Amazon, it says it fits blades 92 to 95
 
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