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Holley 12-454-25 170 Plus GPH HP Series Mechanical Fuel Pump
Holley 12-454-25 170 Plus GPH HP Series Mechanical Fuel Pump

Holley 12-454-25 170 Plus GPH HP Series Mechanical Fuel Pump

Gasoline Fuel Type, 170 GPH / 644 LPH Free Flow Rate, 7.5 psi Maximum Pressure, Silver

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Holley 12-454-25 170 Plus GPH HP Series Mechanical Fuel Pump
Holley 12-454-25 170 Plus GPH HP Series Mechanical Fuel Pump
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Fuel Type:
Gasoline
Free Flow Rate:
170 GPH / 644 LPH
Maximum Pressure:
7.5 psi
Regulator Required:
No
MFG. Part #:
12-454-25
Color:
Silver
Material Type:
Aluminum
Fuel Pump Inlet Size:
8 AN Male
Fuel Pump Outlet Size:
8 AN Male
GTIN Code:
090127640258

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The HP Billet Mechanical Pumps are constructed from CNC machined 6061-T6 aluminum to provide the utmost strength and superior looks. The HP pumps feature a CNC billet aluminum finish for long lasting good looks. The HP series also feature -8 AN inlet and outlet fittings already installed. The base can be rotated independently from the top so it can be tailored to your application. The HP series has a free-flow number of 170GPH and a pre-set idle fuel pressure of 7.5PSI. No regulator is required.

  • HP series flow 170 GPH
  • Made from 6061-T6 billet aluminum for durability & good looks
  • HP series feature a CNC billet finish for good looks
  • Male -8AN inlet and outlet already installed
  • Preset Idle fuel pressure of 7.5 PSI
  • A/N fittings included with all pumps
  • Bases are independently rotatable from the top for ease of installation
  • No fuel pressure regulator required

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