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FS- New EFII boost pump Module

hosspowerinc

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I have a brand new EFII boost pump kit for sale. I decided to go a different route and no longer need it. List is $649 and I will sell it for $600 shipped.


 

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Yeaaaa, but from what I've seen so far, with airplane parts 99 times out of a hundred you get what you pay for....... Either way ;)
 

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Don't be mislead by packaging.
The Andair pump has multiple failure modes. Is is extremely noisy due to high internal friction.
And it has a high suction loss.
We have many customers who have switched to our pump after running the Andair pump.
Our unit is much higher quality, has no failure modes, and is rock solid dependable.
Robert Paisley
 

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Our unit is much higher quality, has no failure modes, and is rock solid dependable.
Robert Paisley
I have to say, I am impressed that you have a pump with no failure modes. That would certainly qualify as rock solid dependable. Kind of like a rock.
 

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