Street/Strip Fuel Pumps
A carbureted fuel pump that allows you to step up your performance by maintaining optimal line pressure and delivering high volume. The Street/Strip Pump was engineered for 200-750 HP carbureted engines making this a perfect choice for a daily driver, street rod or demanding ET-bracket race car. P/N 11203 features 3/8' NPT inlet and outlet ports. Perfect for use with either a Bypass Regulator (P/N 13301) or one of our Carbureted Adjustable Regulators. (P/N 13201, 13205). Fuel flow exceeds 140 GPH at 13.5 volts. Pump provides 14 PSI fuel pressure - perfect for cars that leave hard. Pumping mechanism features our proprietary composite rotor, stainless steel vanes and precision ground, heat treated steel plates. Ideal for dedicated nitrous delivery. Alcohol compatible. Low current draw (under 5 amps).
High-Volume Fuel Delivery with Optimal Line Pressure
Aeromotive Street/Strip Fuel Pumps are for 200-750 HP carbureted engines with a standard regulator. Internally regulated at 7 psi, Aeromotive High-Output Fuel Pumps are for 200-600 HP carbureted engines without a separate regulator. The Street/Strip and High-Output fuel pumps are E85 compatible and have composite rotors, stainless steel vanes, heat-treated steel plates, and 3/8 in. NPT or -8AN ports. Marine and polished Platinum Pumps are also available.
Can I run two pumps in the series with one bypass regulator? The one pump only gives me four 5.5 psi and The PSI drops when I get on it... car is a Sbc ,177 blower , e85 Boost reference carb 750cfm
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