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Edelbrock In-Tank Replacement Fuel Pump For MPFI Conversion 1987-1995 TBI Chevy/GMC trucks with Single Fuel Tank

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In-Tank Replacement Fuel Pump For MPFI Conversion 1987-1995 TBI Chevy/GMC trucks with Single Fuel Tank
$147.95
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In-Tank Replacement Fuel Pump
  • 1987-1995 TBI Chevy/GMC Trucks with Single Fuel Tank
  • Use with Edelbrock MPFI conversion
  • 57 GPH @ 45 psi
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    3581 - Edelbrock EFI Fuel Pump is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from So far so good Installed this pump in a 94 k5 1500 blazer that is still equipped with factory throttle body injection, this system only requires 12 to 14 lbs of fuel pressure however my truck has always ran poorly have changed everything even fuel pump not much change , Until this pump ,it's like night & day this is the best this Blazer has ever run ! Don't know the longevity but for now I'm wearing a big grin when I drive it ! ( Note you will need a piece of 30r10 fuel line where pump connects to sending unit. This is a must and was not included. Mine was 5/16 inside die) hope this helps !
    Date published: 2017-02-16
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