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The in-line electric fuel pump for my fuel injected 1983 Kawasaki GPZ 1100 is no longer available. I am trying to find out what the pressure and volume of this pump is. Would you have the specs for it? It is a UNISIA JECS A42-312.

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I don't have specs but why not get a pump from a salvage bike?
Google " motorcycle salvage kawasaki " You will likely be able to get what you need there.

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