Holley 12-454-20 170 Plus GPH Mechanical Fuel Pump
Universal Fit, Gasoline Fuel Type, 170 GPH / 644 LPH Free Flow Rate, 8 psi Maximum Pressure
Holley mechanical fuel pumps range from 80 GPH to 225 GPH in many various applications to meet the fuel demands of most engines. Whether you are looking for a street performance or an all out race mechanical fuel pump, Holley has the pump you need.
- High output fuel flow
- Flows 170+ GPH free flow
- Shutoff pressure pre-set at 8 psi
- Fuel pressure regulator is required (recommend Holley P/N 12-704)
- Heavy duty construction for continuous high rpm operation
- Redesigned high flow valves always ensure adequate fuel delivery
- Fuel body casting can be rotated to accommodate various plumbing situations
- 3/4"-16 inlet & outlet ports
- Fittings "not" included
- This item ships directly from the manufacturer. It may take an additional 2 business days for Holley to ship this item.
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