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Hi Guys,

I'm closing in on 43k miles on my '02 Coupe. I've had one clutch replacement at about 30k, and I'm still on the original pump.

How many of you would replace the pump at a given interval? How far would you go? I am so afraid of opening up the ubiquitous can of worms. We all know the "Don't fix what's not broken" rule. Though I've seen QP owners report upwards of 50k miles with no F1 pump issues, should we be looking at the pump like a timing belt/brake pad/clutch component i.e. one with a fixed life span?

Incidentally, my car is now in the shop having FD's non-Skyhook sport springs installed. I'M SO EXCITED! A review will follow!
 

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My 02 CC had the pump replaced 25K miles back and is still going strong. At 43K you are getting towards the "recorded" limits - does anyone have a higher mileage on an F1 pump these days?

- replacement is an expensive defensive measure!
 

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Rather than replace the pump, you could get it overhauled and use better parts which should get rid of the worry of failure.

There was a very good write up on here by somebody who did it.(nomorejags?)
 
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