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NOS 15760NOS Low Pressure Fuel Pump, Small Displacement
NOS 15760NOS Low Pressure Fuel Pump, Small Displacement

NOS 15760NOS Low Pressure Fuel Pump, Small Displacement

Universal Fit, External Electric Fuel Pump Type, Inline

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Electric Fuel Pump Type:
External
Free Flow Rate:
18 GPH / 68 LPH
Inline:
Yes
Electric Fuel Pump Inlet Fitting(s):
5/16" Hose Barb
Electric Fuel Pump Outlet Fitting(s):
5/16" Hose Barb
Color:
Silver
MFG. Part #:
15760NOS
GTIN Code:
090127511473

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Low Pressure Fuel Pump, Small Displacement - This is the same pump used in our motorcycle and other Power Sports kits. It is a high flowing, low pressure pump that will support up to 200 horsepower. It has a 5/16" inlet/outlet, 12 volt/5 amp rated. Flow rate: 18 GPH at 4.0 psi, 5.5 PSI maximum.  Compatible with pump gas ethanol blends of 10-15%.  It is not however compatible with straight methanol or ethanol fuels.

  • Used In Motorcycle Kits
  • Used in Power Sports Kits
  • High-Flowing/ Low Pressure
  • Support Up To 200 Horsepower
  • 5/16" Inlet/ Outlet
  • 12 Volt/ 5 Amp Rated
  • 12 Volt/5 Amp Rated
  • 18 GPH at 4.0 psi
  • 5.5 psi Maximum
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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