Vacuum Pumps w/Cover
The LEED Brakes VP001C Bandit series vacuum pump in its chrome-plated concealed canister provides an efficient, quiet & vibration-free solution for your brake vacuum assist needs. The vacuum pump used in our kit is a Rotary Vane style pump and is 60% quieter than the noisy Piston Style pumps on the market today, making your Sunday drive more enjoyable. The Bandit series vacuum pump is also 30% more efficient, giving you the required vacuum in less time and will extend its life. The abs chrome-plated plastic concealed canister keeps the vacuum pump clean and free of debris that can cause premature failure and provides a sleek, clean look. Each pump is pre-wired and tested on the assembly line to assure a trouble-free and easy installation. The Chrome Bandit offers an option to remove the pump assembly as one unit from the canister turning it into a Naked Bandit to be mounted in most tight spaces.
- (1) Wiring Harness: 16 Gauge 2-wire x 6 ft. Long with Fuse Holder and 15A Fuse
- (1) Ring Terminal: 16 Gauge with 1/4 Eyelet
- (4) Self-Tapping Screws: #10 x 1 in. UHL and 5/16 in. Hex Head
- (4) Machine Screws: 1/4 in.-20 x 1 in. UHL and 3/16 in. Allen Head
- (4) Lock Nuts: 1/4 in.-20 with 7/16 in. Hex Head
- (4) Rubber Isolators: 3/4 in. O.D. x 1/4 in. I.D. x .080 in. Thick
- (1) Vacuum Hose: 11/16 in. O.D. x 3/8 in. I.D. x 6 ft. Long
- (1) Vacuum Hose Spring Clamp: Fits 11/16 in. O.D. Hose
- Complete Canister Assembly:
- 6 in. Diameter
- 7 3/4 in. H
- Universal Mounting Plate:
- 4 1/2 in. x 4 3/4 in.
- Internal Pump Assembly:
- 5 in. Depth x 4 3/4 in. Width x 7 1/4 in. H
Can this pump be mounted in any direction, or does it need to be mounted with the vacuum port on the bottom?
Can we get some basic measurements fot the complete assembled unit? /
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