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Electric Fuel Pump Kit
  • Electric Fuel Pump
  • Fuel Pump Harness And Relay Kit
  • Fuel Hose
  • Fuel Filter
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    I have a AVS2 Edlebrock Carb with 800 CFM. Will this pump keep this carb full of fuel when running at 5000 RPM a 408 Windsor? PSI from 4 to 9 ? No regulator needed?

    Asked by: Miami Muscle Car Shop
    The Carter 180-P4070K pump kit will work with an Edelbrock carb and does not require a regulator.
    Answered by: jshook
    Date published: 2024-03-26

    Will this electric pump work on a 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner with a 383

    Asked by: Gregory 46
    The Carter 180-P4070K pump will work with a '69 Roadrunner.
    Answered by: jshook
    Date published: 2023-08-28

    Will this work on my 1977 k10 Chevy 350 small block? Don't want over fueling on a carburetor

    Asked by: Mark
    The Carter 180-P4070K fuel pump will fit a '77 C10 350 engine.
    Answered by: jshook
    Date published: 2023-05-19

    Will this pump maintain 8 psi from pump mounted on the frame all the way to the carb?

    Asked by: Calc
    The Carter 180-P4070K does not maintain 8psi from the tank to carb.
    Answered by: jshook
    Date published: 2023-01-23

    What pressure does this pump run at?

    Asked by: Brimsy
    4-8 psi Output No Regulator Required 50 gph Free Flow
    Answered by: SteveM
    Date published: 2019-07-24

    Can a fuel pressure gauge be run with this? Will this need a return line as well?

    Asked by: 280z
    A guage can be added to any fuel system. This pump does not require a return line.
    Answered by: Jon Jegs Tech
    Date published: 2019-07-24

    Does the fuel filter install on the pump's suction or discharge? Will a clogged filter on the pump's suction cause the pump to fail/wipe out. Will a ruptured diaphragm on a mechanical fuel pump cause gas to leak into the crank case and destroy engine.

    Asked by: DudeDude
    That filter would go before the pump. A clogged filter could cause severe damage to the pump as it would run it dry. I ruptured diaphragm could possibly leak into the crank case but would typically not produce suction due to the rupture.
    Answered by: Flanary
    Date published: 2023-05-27
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