Garage Sale - Edelbrock Victor Billet Small Block Ford Fuel Pump
Ford Small Block V8
Edelbrock Victor Series billet aluminum mechanical fuel pumps are for high performance racing applications. The 5/8"-18 inlet and outlet come with -8AN fittings to provide increased flow over street-style fuel pumps, and the base can be rotated to allow for various fuel line configurations. These pumps include copper crush washers for a leak-proof connection. These billet aluminum pumps produce 8.5-9 psi and require a pressure regulator.
- Flows up to 170 GPH
- Superior materials: 100% machined from billet 6061-T6 aluminum
- Quality construction CNC-machined to exact tolerances
- Tough design with stronger mount for increased durability
- Clear anodized finish with the Edelbrock logo laser engraved on the pump body
- AN8 fittings included
For use with gasoline or alcohol. Clockable lower housing can be rotated for best inlet/outlet alignment.
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