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Fuel Pump by DeatschWerks for MX5
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Fuel Pump by DeatschWerks

2006-2015

PART NUMBER: 61-1328

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Reg. Price: $199.00

Sale Price: $174.00

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Free shipping offers apply only to destinations within US Lower 48.

DESCRIPTION

The DeatschWerks fuel pump will make sure to keep up with fuel demands well beyond what most will use. As the boost increases in a returnless system, the only way to keep up is to make sure the pump is able to flow the volume the injectors are asking for. The DeatschWerks fuel pump is able to do so in a drop-in fitment specific to the car; while keeping the same stock low profile and relatively low noise levels.

Fueling That Fits. Introducing the first high flow, compact, 65mm pump.

Compact 65mm body for OE fitment
Flows 265 litres per hour
Available with and without mounting clips
Ethanol compatible
3-year no-fault warranty
Quiet and reliable turbine impeller

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Fuel Pump by DeatschWerks

I replaced my stock fuel pump and injectors in 2010 when I converted to E85, and went with the DW65c. This was my daily driver until late 2014 when it became a trailer queen/track only car. I ran only E85 and it sat months at a time without running, but always started up crisply. In 2019, with a refreshed 2013 2.0L installed (stock block & head, with cams, intake, exhaust, and tuned for E85), I was able to achieve 190whp @7700 and 146wtq. Again, it sat for months on end with E85 in the tank (lesson learned based on my most recent experience). Fast forward to 2021 and the SCCA Time Trials Nationals, where my car went on the trailer running fine but came off the trailer running poorly. Finally diagnosed low fuel pressure, so I ordered a new DW300c pump. When the old DW65c came out of the tank, the cover was corroded but the lettering still readable, and the pump was running fine! The issue was a clogged fuel strainer (pre-filter "sock"). After 10+ years in the harshest environment imaginable, I sent the old DW65c to DeatschWerks for testing and it was still flowing well!

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