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The Bosch EFEP 385A

ENTERING The MODERN AGE

The Bosch EFEP 385A was the next iteration in Bosch's line of benches and is currently represented by two models in our pump shop. With a number of updates to ease usability, it's major feature is a moveable cylinder viewing area that allows access to the pump from both sides of the bench, allowing greater efficiency and less movement required by the technician during service.

Though the underlying mechanics of the bench's operation remain largely unchanged, a streamlined design and fully encased body give the EFEP 385A a decidedly more modern aesthetic from its predecessors, while minor updates to the layout improve usability for the technician. 

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The Bosch EFEP 385A was constructed with a cast aluminum swivel-frame featuring a tiltable measuring glass holder atop a sheet metal body with panels welded together before being fitted over the transmission and inner workings. Despite its earlier date, the high-quality construction, sound deadening materials and lower horsepower actually made the EFEP 385A quieter than its successors and we've found that it's the perfect option for gasoline fuel injection pumps like those found in the W113 SL-Class despite its age.

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