Holley 12-426 25 GPH Mighty Mite Electric Fuel Pump, 1.5-4 PSI
Holley pumps have fueled more performance engines than all others and the Holley line keeps on growing! Holley is proud to introduce the all new Holley Mighty Mite electric fuel pumps! They're big on performance, but small in size! They're quiet, easy to install and work with gas, diesel, blended alcohol and E85!
- 12 volt operation
- 1.5-4 psi operating pressure
- 25 gal/hr flow
- Good for up to 300HP naturally aspirated
- Reliable solid state design provides longer life
- Compatible with all fuels and fuel additives (gas, diesel, blended alcohol, e-85)
- Simple 2 wire hookup
- Self-priming and regulating
- 12 dry lift capable
- Quiet operation - 65db
- Great for carbureted trucks, cars, generators and agricultural equipment - also makes a great transfer pump
- Engineered and matched performance with Holley®, Demon®, Quick Fuel® and Edelbrock® carburetors(all trademarks are property of their respective owners. Edelbrock is a registered trademark of Edelbrock,LLC)
- Comes with fuel filter, fittings and mounting hardware
- Made in the USA
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