Details about EFI Electric Fuel Pump NEW Commodore VL TURBO 070 Bosch Skyline Falcon V6 V8 BMWSee original listing
24 Feb, 2014 04:18:45 AEDST
Ballarat, Victoria, Australia
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EFI fuel injection pump manufactured to Bosch VL turbo specs, replaces Bosch part # 0 580 464 070, commonly referred to as "070" or “VL Turbo” pump.
Capable of supporting 350hp in an EFI setup, or over 450hp in a blow-through carby setup.
Brand new sealed in box. Comes with electrical connectors, rubber boots, nuts and washers.
The Bosch 070 is a Bosch Motorsport component which is a proven design with a track record of being fitted to performance and high power vehicles by many vehicle manufacturers. Don't trust your daily driver or project car to a pump of unknown origin that no manufacturers would dare fit to their vehicles.
This is an external pump that can provide enough fuel flow for up to 350hp (approx 260kW) in a typical EFI setup, or over 450hp (over 335kW) in a turbo blow through carby setup, as the system fuel pressure is lower. We're currently running an 070 pump in our own Turbo EFI race car which is making around 300hp.
The 070 has the following specs:
130 litres/hour @ 3bar (44psi)
220 litres/hour @ free flow
12mm (1/2") barbed inlet fitting
8mm (5/16") barbed outlet fitting
max. power consumption = 6.5A
pump diameter = 52mm
These are great quality pumps, which is why we use them in our turbo and EFI kits. Our 070 pumps are the same as you’d get if you bought an off the shelf aftermarket pump such as Goss or Fuel Miser. We have sold over 800 of these pumps through ebay and our website and also use them on our own and customers cars and have never had a single issue or failure to date, even after several years of use. Our supplier is an international supplier of OEM and aftermarket fuel pumps and they have their manufacturing quality control really down pat. Check out our positive feedback for these pumps, it speaks for itself.
This pump is a great option for EFI conversions, particularly turbo conversions, not only because of its high flow, but because it's one of the most universal and easiest pumps to hook up. Its also ideal for pump upgrades on existing EFI vehicles, whether the vehicle is outputting 350hp or not, it doesn't matter, the vehicle fuel system will only use the fuel it requires and return the excess to the fuel tank.
Our pumps are also a great for carby turbo conversions as part of a blow through carby setup. Because the fuel system pressure required for a carby is lower, our pump will flow up to 450hp worth of fuel at carby pressure levels, its plenty big enough for almost any application. An even bigger pump than the 070 will just be returning too much fuel to the tank all the time, wasting electrical power, heating the fuel up, and costing horsepower. The other thing to consider is larger pumps will be louder and will be harder to insulate from the noise. Do you want to go for a cruise and listen to your engine note & some tunes, or do you want to have to listen to the constant drone from your fuel pump?
When using our 070 pump, you don't need special fittings or metric adaptors to connect the fuel lines as the body of the pump has inbuilt barbed fittings for inlet & outlet, so the fuel hose pushes straight on and secures with a hose clamp. Other pumps like the Bosch 910 and 044 require metric adaptor fittings to connect to a hose. Good quality fittings are worth nearly half the price of the pump itself.
Genuine Bosch 070 pumps retail for $150-$250, and even the aftermarket pumps (Fuel Miser, Goss, etc) retail for nearly the same amount (Repco $190), so grab a bargain at less than half the cost. With geuine Bosch pumps, you pay a premium for the perception of quality. As mentioned above, our pumps are great quality.
Not to be confused with other Bosch external fuel pumps such as those found on naturally aspirated VL Commodores and other vehicles such as Holden Camira, Astra, Nissan Pulsar, etc, as these pumps are a lower spec unit and don't flow as much fuel. The VL turbo 070 pump can be identified by the part number and by the electrical terminals, which use metric threaded posts/studs, instead of the push on spade electrical terminals as found on the lower spec units. However our 070 pumps can be used to replace these lower spec units without any problems.
Check out our other listings for blow through turbo accessories and Weber carbys.
Can pick up from Ballarat, VIC, or can ship to anywhere in Australia with our courier service (insurance and tracking) or with Express Post, depending on location. Multiple items get a discount. We ship world wide.
Paypal is accepted and welcomed, however if possible, we would prefer direct bank deposit instead of paypal to reduce our seller feeswould. We will still ship your item promptly.
For bulk purchases contact for pricing, or for any other questions, and we will try to reply ASAP. firstname.lastname@example.org
It's critical, particularly on high hp applications, to make sure you have a decent filter BEFORE your EFI pump to make sure you don't get any debris from your fuel tank into your pump, as junk in the pump will reduce both its performance and service life.
If your existing EFI pump died, it's likely due to debris in your fuel system. You must flush out and clean your system (tank, hoses, etc) or make sure your pre-filter is clean before installing a new pump or else you'll end up with another dead pump.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
Q: hi a quick q, if i put this pump inline with my intank pump how much extra pressure/supply being i have standard holden efi intank vn style
A: Your fuel pressure regulator controls the fuel system pressure, the pump is only capable of supplying a given amount of fuel, which would be at over 100psi in this case, but you will only get the fuel pressure your regulator decides. So if you put the pumps in series like that, you will still have the same pressure, however the two pumps combined will have the ability to flow a lot more fuel at high pressures. Putting two pumps in series is a common way to upgrade a fuel system, but its not usually for a pressure increase, unless you’re running crazy high boost levels. Its for a flow increase and power output of your engine is related to fuel flow, not pressure. Hope that helps, if u need more info, just let me know.
Q: Hi Does this fuel pump have the capability to suck the fuel to pump it. I have a petrol tank which has had a swirl pot installed. I can't install an intank pump and am wondering if this pump will have the capability of sucking the fuel and pumping it for a 4 cyl EFI application.
A: Hi, you'd be best to install a small pump that is designed to suck fuel out of your tank (lift pump) to feed the EFI pump, or alternatively gravity feed from your swirl pot in the tank. These style of external pumps are supposed to be either gravity fed, or fed by a secondary fuel pump. They are not designed to suck fuel up out of a tank. They may suck a little bit, but I don't know for sure, so best to set up your fuel system to what they are designed for to get best results.
Q: Hi do these pumps require a feed supply or can they draw the fuel from the tank themselves? thanks shane
A: Hi, these style of external pumps are supposed to be either gravity fed, or fed by a secondary fuel pump. They are not designed to suck fuel up out of a tank. They may suck a little bit, but I don't know for sure, so best to set up your fuel system to what they are designed for to get best results.
Q: Hi I am fitting a v6 into a kombi would this pump need a regulator for a v6 series 1 vn motor Thanks BJ
A: Hi BJ, any high pressure EFI fuel system will require a fuel pressure regulator, so the answer is yes. Check your V6, if its from a commodore, and has all the fuel hosing and injectors still in the inlet manifold, chances are the fuel regulator is still hooked up too. Otherwise, go to wreckers, shouldn’t cost too much, otherwise, check out our website for malpassi style EFI regulators. Cheers
Q: hello , I am installing efi from a magna to a carb 2.6 4G54 (original motor) Will this pump be compatible for this? The engine is std as is the efi system. Can this pump be installed externally. thanks Rob
A: Hi Rob, don't mean to simply rave on about my product, but this pump would be absolutely perfect for what you're doing. Very easy to install, yes it's an external pump, and they're probably the most common pump in
Q: hi mate i have a v8 vn series 1
A: Yes from the material I have here this is a direct factory replacement for your pump. No mods required, the hoses will slip straight on and the pump will mount in the factory pump bracket.
Q: Hi. Just want to confirm that 1 x Bosch 070 pump IS in stock before I send money? I can't afford to wait on a back order if it's not. You can sms me if you wish, 0409 XXX 353. Regards Vic.
A: Hi Vic, I have plenty of pumps in stock, but they are not Bosch brand, they are a replacement for bosch 070 pumps built to same spec. I simply put "bosch" in the item title to attract people who are chasing a bosh (either genuine or bosch style) pump, to show they can get the same performance for about half the cost.
Q: hi mate ive put a hsv injected 5ltr in my 58 chev an want to run a external pump and a switch will this be ok as the vp commodore had a tank pump ? thanx
A: Hi, yes it will work perfect that way. Think of it like this; The engine didn't know whether the pump in the commodore was in-tank or external, and when it's in the chev, it still won't know, and it won't care. As long as the pump can supply enough flow and pressure, then the fuel pressure regulator (which is up on your fuel rail) determines what pressure the engine gets, and returns excess fuel to the tank. Hope that helps.
Q: Hi there does it come with a mounting bracket thanks Ray
A: Hi Ray, no I don't include a bracket, only what's in the photo on the ebay listing. These pumps are aimed primarily as an OEM replacement pump, so they fit in the factory bracket on many vehicles. For aftermarket fitment, we generally use a simple 50mm (2 inch) saddle clamp for pipes that you can get from Bunnings or somewhere similar for less than $2.
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