Carter universal marine electric fuel pumps operate using leaded and unleaded gasoline, gasohol, and fuel boosters. They have an internal pressure-regulating valve, and feature free-flow fuel delivery. Universal marine pumps have no points to burn out, and no shaft seals to leak or deteriorate. Carter universal marine electric fuel pumps are available for 12 or 24 volt marine systems. They are also easy to install with the included installation hardware and instructions.
- Easy Installation
- Universal to Allow for a Variety of Fitment
- Internal Pressure Regulation
- Available in 12 or 24 volt DC configurations
- Rotary Vane design = No points to burn out, No external seals to leak and Excellent lift and prime capability
JEGS Easy Kits are designed by JEGS professionals so you get all the parts you need.
is this E85 compatable?
Is this save to be mounted in the engine compartment .
Can this be used on a 6.5 diesel truck
could you use this pump in a suction situation? I need to suck fuel out of a wave runner fuel tank
can it be used for diesel
What is the diameter of the pump body
How would this work on twin 750's on top of a 671 blower. 350 engine street use ? probably need a fuel block to feed both edelbrocks
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