MSD 2225 In-Line Hi-Pressure Fuel Pump
Universal Fit, External Electric Fuel Pump Type, 43 GPH / 163 LPH / 282 lb/hr Free Flow Rate
Most modern engines have a hi-pressure fuel pump located in the gas tank. If you are transplanting one of these engines into your hot rod, what are you going to do for a fuel pump? This MSD pump can be mounted on the frame and can put out up to 43 gph at 40 psi or 39 gph at 80 psi.
- Flows 43 gph (282 lb/hr) gasoline @ 40 psi and 12 volts/5.4 amps
- Supports most multiport EFI systems up to 500 horsepower
- Mounts in-line (out of the fuel tank)
- Roller vane pump mechanism is extremely resistant to clogging and jamming
- Has 3/8” hose barb inlet and 5/16" hose barb outlet
- Made in the USA
- The threads where the wires hook are 8/32" brass.
- Pump is ideal for use as a "booster" for nitrous oxide applications, or as a stand alone pump for multiport EFI systems on engines up to approximately 500 HP.
WarrantiesFor warranty information, please visit http://www.msdhelp.com/
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Q & A
Check out episode 9 of our 410 Sprint Car Build series! Today, the guys are having some fun with the fuel system.
Speedway Motors employee Pat O. takes some time to discuss the Fuel Gauge Interface Module that allows you to use any gauge set with almost any fuel level sending unit.
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