Pump Rebuild Ordering Instructions

Things you need to know when ordering your pump rebuild:

  • The first step is to read this Fuel Supply Diagnostics Guide (1.05MB) by Jon Stewart.
  • The second step is to contact us to discuss the work to be done: that gets you in the queue.
  • We can exchange most of the 4C pumps to the correct model pump for your 4C Alfa if your pump is not correct. We usually have a backlog of pump orders, so it is best to get your order started and in the queue before you ship the old pump to us for an exchange. Once your order is in the queue no one gets in front of your order, and we will prepare your new pump as soon as we can. You can ship the old pump two weeks before completion of your rebuilt pump: we’ll let you know when that will be. Shipping Instructions: click here.
  • Be sure to include your contact info (name, address, phone, email) in the box with your pump.
  • We do not have Injection pumps on the shelf. There are 14 different Spica Injection pumps depending on the model and year of the car and the state of build of the engine.
  • We do have a large supply of pump cores. We usually have the correct pump core in stock for your Alfa, with the exception of the 8C Montreal and a few very rare pumps.
  • We do the exchange to ensure that you get the right pump. There can be a problem if the pump had been previously replaced with an incorrect model pump. The “T” number on the name plate is specific to the year of the car beginning with the 69 pumps (T-237/1) through the 80-81 pumps (T-265). The serial numbers are numerically sequential and not matched to the vehicle or engine.
  • We can usually supply the correct model pump for a small fee even if the pump you send is incorrect.
  • Be sure to include your contact info (name, address, phone, email) in the box with your pump.

We look forward to working with you!