High-Output Fuel Pumps
Ideal for carbureted power plants not using a separate fuel pressure regulator. The H/O Fuel Pump is designed for engines making 200-600 HP and is ideal for street cars and mild race cars alike. Similar to our SS Fuel Pump (P/N 11203), but internally regulated to 7 PSI. P/N 11209 features 3/8 NPT inlet and outlet ports. Durable billet construction. Fuel flow exceeds 90 GPH at 5 PSI and draws less than 5 amps. Internally regulated to 7 PSI, eliminating the need for a separate regulator on most carburetors. Rated for continuous duty, the pumping mechanism features a composite rotor, stainless steel vanes and heat treated steel top and bottom plates for durability.
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.
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