American Legion Rider
I still don't think it will be a problem because you can't be running the bike very long without fuel so there is little to no chance to over-heat the pump or run it dry. It just dies and all is well. The real problem with fuel pumps comes from people that run their bikes to almost empty on bikes that have the pump inside the tank. In those cases they are potentially over-heating the pumps to premature failure. The fuel the pump is in is the cooling agent and almost empty the pump is above that fuel level in many if not all cases. In your case, once the fuel line is empty it dies, no over-heating is happening. JMHO, maybe others have differing opinions but that's mine.