If you haven't heard, the stock KTM 690 Fuel Pumps have a reputation of failing at the worst possible time. As if there's a good time for your Fuel Pump to fail. If you've been in this situation and tried sourcing one from a dealer you understand the frustration when your search comes up short. Don't be caught off guard. Replace your inferior stock fuel pump with an HFP Fuel Pump Assembly at a fraction of the cost of an OEM replacement.
A replacement from KTM or Husqvarna will set you back $405.00. Replace yours with a higher quality unit that comes with a Lifetime Warranty.
This is a direct fit pump, that requires no wiring modifications, and contains the correct OEM sized strainer which is not offered by other sellers and is essential to do the job correctly. Cleaning and reusing your OEM strainer will lead to premature failure, as strainers become varnished internally, which makes the pump work harder.
HFP replacement fuel pumps, modules, assemblies, and kit components are designed to meet or exceed OEM specifications, and feature upgrades that improve on the OEM design. Upgraded polymers, brushes, and commutators ensure long life and durability in multiple fuel blends. Each HFP fuel pump and installation kit is backed by a lifetime free replacement warranty. If there is an issue of any kind at any time, give us a call or email us and we will replace the pump free of charge.
Features & Benefits:
If you want to save a little money and are willing to rebuild your assembly then consider the HFP Fuel Pump Rebuild Kit.
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Posted by vince adams on 29th Dec 2019
I just bought and installed this complete unit in my '18 KTM690 Enduro R as a precautionary move. I live and ride in the boonies and out of cell service (yes i have a sat com for emergencies) and have been left hiking a few times due to vehicle break downs. I wanted to lessen the chances of unplanned hikes while riding the 690, especially after all the negative stuff out there on the pumps failing on these bikes. As advertised this set up is truly a direct swap of the OEM pump and filter. Biggest hassle is getting the fuel out and what you missed when you drop the pump out. This kit comes with a FPR and NO instructions at all (I used the KTM service manual for fuel pump R&R) so I contacted Rottweiler to see what applications required the FPR to be changed. I was told the fuel pump kit comes with it for non-690 applications as this pump covers several different bikes. I really appreciate the quick response to my emails as well! I just just a 300 miler and it operates perfectly. For the cost of this pump and peace of mind it provides, you really can't beat it. I highly recommend this pump and Rottweiler!