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Finally got around to re-installing this fuel pump. Followed the youtube video and it was flawless. Primed the pump 5-6 times and turned over the engine. Perfect!!
Volvo wanted to charge me 1200 dollars for a new fuel pump. By utilizing Troy, I saved around 850 dollars. This is the way to go!!
Nice contact and good help Best regards from the River Rhein
Service was excellent. Despite not having the traditional issue of paint globs clogging up the fuel pump screens once opened, it turned out that the high pressure pump was bad when tested. The pump was replaced quickly as well as the interior paint removal and rebuild of the fuel cell. The rebuilt unit was reinstalled in about 30 minutes, a new fuel filter/ water separator was installed, the unit primed 10 times and fired on the first turn on the key! Thanks to Troy for saving us well over $1000 just in parts alone! If you are having any issues with your Volvo fuel cell, send it here first! Great service, great turn around time, great results!
Volvo Penta Fuel Cell
Excellent service with an awesome product. I installed this within an hour and no longer have concern that my factory pumps are going to fail at the worst possible time at sea. Highly recommend this service over buying from Volvo directly.
My boat mechanic told me I needed to replace both fuel pumps ($1,200 each plus labor). He never mentioned the ethanol gas destroying the paint inside the pump, or the fact that it could be rebuilt. I searched YouTube and found Troy's video series and it was a gift from God. Having several years of training as a mechanic I decided to purchase two O-Ring kits and take a run at rebuilding them myself. I would not have attempted it, without Troy's excellent videos. It was a huge amount of tedious work with a Dremel tool, and numerous other tools to get the inside of the pumps paint free. Troy's price of $250 is very reasonable considering the amount of work to be done, and his guarantee. I also removed and cleaned the fuel pressure regulators (also in Troy's videos) and used my air compressor to blow out the fuel lines from the pump to the regulator. My port engine's fuel pump went from -2 pounds of pressure to 12 on the low side pump, and from 45 to 54 on the high side pump. My starboard engine's fuel pump went from 4 pounds of pressure to 12 on the low side pump, and from 38 to 53 on the high side pump. I can actually use my boat again! Troy, you saved me literally thousands of dollars. I can't thank you enough.
Your product worked when an e-bay competitor let me down. I ordered a Chinese made product for approx $166 off the net and it was leaking all over. I wrote to them and they sent me another. Same issue, leaking again. The person seemed to get upset that his product could no way both have the same issue. I found out both were leaking past the needle and seat into my intake and flooding my cylinders with fuel. Luckily I did not break a rod thru hydro lock.I decided to give you a shot and Your product worked first go. You have a customer for life! At least you test your product to ensure it works before reaching the customer. Expect my old core to be coming your way. I just dropped it off at the post office. Sincerely, Tom S. (your new customer for life).