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Old 02-02-2013, 06:16 AM   #25
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Originally Posted by farmrjohn View Post
If you find a 250 that was produced after the bad fuel pump run or has had the pump replaced with the new version that should not be an issue.
I've talked to people who have had to replace the fuel pump more than once on the 300, in addition to the 250, so I'm a little wary about that. A friend suggested I get a 300 and put on a carburetor and get rid of the immobilizer, but I can't find anyone who says that's possible, so I'm probably going to go with the 200, if I get a good deal on one.
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