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Edelbrock Micro-Electric Fuel Pump

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Micro-Electric Fuel Pump
$79.95
Micro-Electric Fuel Pump
  • Universal Application
  • Diesel
  • 38 GPH/144 LPH
  • 1/8" NPT Inlet
  • 5/16" Barb Outlet
  • 4-7 PSI Operating Range
  • Estimated to ship direct from manufacturer on 12/15/22 , pending manufacturer availability. Learn More
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    17302 is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 3.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works great I bought this to replace the manual fuel pump that failed on my 86 Chevy military Blazer with a 6.2 diesel. It now starts better and seems to run better than when I got it.
    Date published: 2017-10-09
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Lift pump somewat loud This lift pump supplies my 6.2 diesel at 5 to 6 psi. Works as advertised. But even over the clatter of a Detroit 6.2 diesel, you can hear the pump. Not terrible. But definitely audible at idle. Once at speed, you can't hear it over road noise. Not a deal breaker, just a heads up.
    Date published: 2020-10-06
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great value and size for the money I converted my 1969 chevelle 454ci from mechanical fuel pump to electric recently. I originally purchased the red micro-electric pump that was 2-3.5 psig deadheaded to a holley fuel pressure regulator before the Edelbrock 650cfm AVS2 that would maintain 5.5-6psi until wide open throttle and couldn't maintain fuel supply. I saw that there was a Red 4-7psig pump available, but could only find the green "diesel" model locally. I coudnt find any "not for use with gasoline" notes so i'm hoping there is no difference other than color reference, because its working great in place of the 2-3.5psig, and i no longer have higher rpm fuel starvation. I have also run a 1/4" return line from the regulator with holley jet 122-61 (.060) as an inline restriction to ease the strain of the fuel pump and to keep fuel cooler by circulating it to the tank.
    Date published: 2019-03-25
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    Does this pump have an internal check valve? So it don't let the fuel free flow thru the pump when the switch is off.

    Asked by: ClintF
    This does not allow the free flow of fuel when turned off.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2018-04-10
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