Tanks GPA-TBI In-Tank Fuel Pump Module, GPA Series
Universal Fit, In Tank Electric Fuel Pump Type, 29 GPH / 109 LPH Free Flow Rate
- Specially designed to be used in many die-stamped alloy-coated and stainless steel gas tanks
- Tray is an absolute necessity for fuel-injection in order to prevent fuel starvation when accelerating and cornering
- It is ideal for carbureted with regulator or TBI applications
- Has a barbed vent and oven brazed fittings
- Comes with a genuine Walbro 109L fuel pump and an on tank harness
The GPA-Series Fuel Pump Module is designed to be used in many die-stamped alloy-coated and stainless steel gas tanks that have factory-installed reservoir trays. The tray is an absolute necessity for fuel-injection in order to prevent fuel starvation when accelerating and cornering.
- Made in the USA
- Heavy 10 gauge no-warp mounting plate
- 1/4" NPT Supply and Return Line
- Barbed Vent Fitting
- Oven brazed fittings
- Up to 15 PSI
- In-tank wire harness
- Genuine Walbro 109L Fuel Pump
- Ideal for carbureted with regulator or TBI applications
- Not applicable when GM LS (58 psi) is required, pump # 910-7602 GPA-4 suggested for that application
Note: This will fit a 6"-13.5" deep tank.
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