is the ducati $260 part better quality than the amazon cheapie? who knows. that would be what they're hoping you'd think, and would be the reality of it.Namor... not sure how to take that. A quick amazon rant needed to come out at some point I guess.. some might say these forums are a convenient world overlord also and an even better place to express ones opinion. But I'm looking for facts that back my questions. Maybe Amazon has that answer, not only based off convenience, but reality. So Namor I need to know why Ducati wants $260 for a part proven to cost far less as shown by the short and sweet previous post.
There is in all likelihood very little difference between the two. However, I would be willing to be that similar to a comparison between Mil-Std qualified parts and their commercial brethren, the former undergo a far more stringent QA process, and therefore, at least in my opinion, are worth the additional $.is the ducati $260 part better quality than the amazon cheapie? who knows. that would be what they're hoping you'd think, and would be the reality of it.
That pump I would not use. This pump I have used a few times and it IS THE EXACT SAME pump as OEM minus the parts to fit it.You can get a aftermarket fuel pump for less than $50:
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