Speedway Universal 12-Volt Electric Fuel Pump, 4-7 PSI, 35 GPH
Universal Fit, External Electric Fuel Pump Type, 35 GPH / 133 LPH Free Flow Rate, Steel
- 4-7 psi and up to 35 gph
- 12v - 1/8" NPT inlet and outlet
- Fittings to 5/16" hose included
- Pusher style pump, requires gravity feed
Inexpensive solid state universal fuel pump for stock engines. Set for 4-7 psi and flows up to 35 gph. 12 volt. 1/8" NPT inlet.
This pump is NOT self priming; it must be mounted below the gas tank to prevent the pump from running dry and over heating. Failure to do so will cause premature failure of the pump.
When a lower fuel pressure is required when using this fuel pump, please consider the following low pressure regulators:
- Holley 427-12804
- Offenhauser 560-58500
- Quick Fuel 424-30804QFT
- Spectre 465-2518
- Mr Gasket 550-9710
- Edelbrock 325-1789
910-11520 Instructions (PDF)
NotesMounting bracket is 3.115" wide. Used for basically stock motors. Set for 4-7 PSI and will pump up to 35 GPH.
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