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Old 07-21-2016, 01:59 PM
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Hi Jmshelto. I should have a P5000 being delivered today. Let me take a look and feedback on if it'll work and how best to plumb it. Since it's a spare, I won't actually be installing it, but hopefully after physically looking at it, I can better answer your questions.
Look forward to your posting. I'll be in the market for a spare pump soon for my LT1.
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Old 07-22-2016, 01:31 PM
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So I had a chance to look at this. It looks like it'll work.
  • Power Connector: The same as existing - No issue
  • Fuel Inlet Connector: Comes with a 3/8" hose barb adapter, so you'll need to remove the swivel currently on the fuel line and direct connect - No issue
  • Fuel Output Connector: Comes with an adatper for 3/8" hardline, which is what is there - Should work
  • Actual Pump: The pump itself looks almost identical to the original, short of having a different input and output configuration
For the return line, you'll just need to get the parts to remove the T in the line. I believe it's a 1/4" FIP T, but again, this is a spare, so I haven't pulled it apart yet to see. You could replace it with a female-female coupler or remove all the other connectors/adapters and try to go from the hard line to the hose. The hardline has a double flare brake line nut on it, but I plan to use the existing adapter (to IPT) and go directly from that to a 3/8" hose barb to keep things clean.

Hope that helps. I'm guessing I'll need to replace this when the boat goes out to Lake Powell early Sept, so I can give you more info then (if you can wait).
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Old 07-30-2016, 04:49 PM
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Have 1995 looking for new speedometer pickups Saw old post that new ones are 3 holes we now have 2

I assume if 21 years old we should replace the tube also - Is there a particular brand people are buying or does it go by brand of speedometer ?

Thanks great information you've posted.

Next step we downloaded templates and going to try to cut new decals will let you guys know.
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Old 07-31-2016, 11:25 AM
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skidim has this kit.. I did not drill and extra hose..


http://www.skidim.com/TOURNAMENT-PIT...ductinfo/769B/

http://www.skidim.com/TUBING-SPEEDO-...tinfo/5100632/

I did both and ran all you hose..
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Old 07-31-2016, 11:50 AM
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1995 Prostar 190 Decals

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Old 08-01-2016, 12:56 PM
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@mikeg205 - I thought you already had some decal templates put together?

BTW, on the fuel return brass tee - I now think it might not be 1/4" FIP, but rather something smaller. If anyone has one or is motivated to disassemble and check, let me know. I have a spare piece that goes into the fuel pump, so I'm looking at getting a cap for that in case I have to do a field repair with the new pump.

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Old 08-01-2016, 01:01 PM
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@mikeg205 - I thought you already had some decal templates put together?

BTW, on the fuel return brass tee - I not think it might not be 1/4" FIP, but rather something smaller. If anyone has one or is motivated to disassemble and check, let me know. I have a spare piece that goes into the fuel pump, so I'm looking at getting a cap for that in case I have to do a field repair with the new pump.
Yes - templates in the library
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Old 08-10-2016, 02:24 PM
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So I had a chance to look at this. It looks like it'll work.
  • Power Connector: The same as existing - No issue
  • Fuel Inlet Connector: Comes with a 3/8" hose barb adapter, so you'll need to remove the swivel currently on the fuel line and direct connect - No issue
  • Fuel Output Connector: Comes with an adatper for 3/8" hardline, which is what is there - Should work
  • Actual Pump: The pump itself looks almost identical to the original, short of having a different input and output configuration
For the return line, you'll just need to get the parts to remove the T in the line. I believe it's a 1/4" FIP T, but again, this is a spare, so I haven't pulled it apart yet to see. You could replace it with a female-female coupler or remove all the other connectors/adapters and try to go from the hard line to the hose. The hardline has a double flare brake line nut on it, but I plan to use the existing adapter (to IPT) and go directly from that to a 3/8" hose barb to keep things clean.

Hope that helps. I'm guessing I'll need to replace this when the boat goes out to Lake Powell early Sept, so I can give you more info then (if you can wait).
I think I may look into going this route. Pump is starting to hum a little bit. Looks like I've got an off season project....
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Old 08-23-2016, 08:00 PM
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Looking for fuel pump Indmar 554016 or Carter P60962. Any suggestions or replacements. Need some suggestions if any
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Old 08-23-2016, 08:06 PM
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those are gone!

2 options... indmar 49-5117 http://www.marinepartssource.com/new...&mfgno=49-5117

or

this

carter p61171 https://www.summitracing.com/search?...arter%20p61171

both require a little rebplumbing

or you can got airtex e2044 and make an in-tank pump.
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