|Item Weight||2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||1.02 x 1.06 x 3.39 inches|
|Item model number||61944|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||61944|
|OEM Part Number||FERRARI%0580254044, FERRARI%61944|
|Vehicle Service Type||Car|
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Bosch 044 / 61944 Universal Inline Fuel Pump
|Vehicle Service Type||Car|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||1.02 x 1.06 x 3.39 inches|
|Item Weight||906 Grams|
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- Superior turbine pump design virtually eliminates fuel pulsation
- Bosch impeller ring provides smooth fuel flow
- Precision, spin-balanced and polymer-encased armature reduces noise and vibration
- Premium carbon brushes, utilizing advanced materials provides longer, reliable service life
- Noise suppression coil virtually eliminates radio frequency interference
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This is the popular Bosch Motorsports "044" fuel pump, as used by Japanese European + Australian tuner shops, JGTC cars, Touring cars, almost all WRC cars, and many more. Quite possibly, the most popular aftermarket fuel pump. Capable of providing 300 LPH free flow and 200 LPH at 5 bar (or 72.5 psi) for up to 685 BHP. In comparison, the Walbro GSS341 255 "high pressure" fuel pump can support 390 BHP Note: Values calculated at 12V, 3 bar (43.5 psi) base fuel pressure, 2 bar (29 psi) boost pressure, 1:1 fuel pressure regulator ratio. These are inline fuel pumps, we recommend they be installed between the factory (or another aftermarket) in-tank fuel pump, and the fuel rail. These may be installed in the fuel tank, but some custom fabrication will usually be required. In addition, feeding these inline pumps with another pump (in series), will boost the output of the Bosch 044 fuel pump even higher.M18x1.5 inlet, M12x1.5 outlet. Bosch Part Number: 0580 254 044 Minimum Current: 12 Volts / 13 Amp Operating Pressure: 72.5 PSI (5 Bar) Minimum Flow @ Outlet: 80 GPH (300 LPH) High Pressure Fuel Pump Location: In-Line High Temperature Reduction: 8 GPH (30 LPH) Dimensions: 196mm Length x 60mm Diameter Weight: 1030 Grams (2.27 Pounds) Fuel Pump Connections: Inlet: M18 x 1.5 Outlet: M12 x 1.2 Electrical: Positive M6 / Negative M5 Bosch state-of-the-art turbine fuel pumps offer many advantages when compared to older roller-cell and inner-gear pump designs. Not only do these pumps offer near silent operation and improved drivability, the core components of this turbine design significantly reduce wear and deliver a longer service life. That's an important consideration when choosing a replacement fuel pump. You can install Bosch Turbine Fuel Pumps with complete confidence. They're nearly identical in dimension and appearance to the units they replace for a precise fit every time. Plus, application-specific, illustrated step-by-step instructions are included with all Bosch Turbine Fuel Pumps for safe and easy installation.
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Did some research and based on the lack of pressure, very low price, and some of the other reviews it is likely that I have a Chinese counterfeit unit. Buyer beware - it is possible that some or all of the units being sold from Amazon are counterfeit and you are risking your motor over $70 "savings".
I've included an image of the box and security seal (image edited to distort the security code) I received. The seller was HFP Fuel Systems.
I bought this 80gph Bosch 044 to make my own fuel system about a year ago:
I went ahead and removed the fitting in the outlet and installed M18x1.5mm inlet fitting and a M12x1.5mm outlet fitting. I modified the tank and made a 5/8 Fuel Tank Pickup tube to 5/8 fuel hose to a pre filter with water/air/filter (10micron)capabilities to the bosch 044 to then a post pump filtration (2 micron) to a 3/8 fuel hose to stock fuel bowl with filter ( 7 micron (I no longer run this filter))=75 fuel psi at WOT.
80psi past the pre and post filter, 78-80 psi after the third filter
Saved about 300$ making my own system.
I've user more than a few of these on a ton of cars, Some cars even used two of these.
This thing is solid and feel high quality. Everything you needs for a typical setup is included. You might need parts if you are creating a funky project however.
This thing solved my gas issues on a car that needed 72 PSI, and kept starving with every other pump I could find.
came in a beat up opened box. the box may be real but the pump isn't. don't waste your money.
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However, the pump seemed fine, had correct markings. Have run several tanks through it without concern at high boost. Was a little noisey initially but has seemed to quiet down.
Update: this pump no longer supports boost above 16-17psi. AFR climbs and this pump only supports around town commuting.
This explains why both factory bosch seals were broken. This is a knock off pump.
A word of warning... LOUD!!! DO NOT use these on a daily driver. Without a helmet or a headset this pump will make you lose your marbles. I've also noticed that the sound fluctuates and sounds like it's pulling pockets of air but both pumps do it and it doesn't show up as a drop in pressure or flow of any kind so it must be normal.
From now on this is my go-to pump for out of tank applications.