The Return-Style Fuel Kit includes everything needed to upgrade a carbureted fuel system to a high-pressure EFI system, excluding the fuel tank. This kit is a return-style and will complete the fuel system loop by returning unused fuel to the tank. Kit includes a 57 GPH (215 liter/hr) fuel pump, adjustable regulator, filter, Russell Twist-Lok hose, hose ends, mounting brackets and hardware. A baffled fuel tank is recommended to prevent fuel starvation. This system is rated for engines up to 600 HP when used with an E-Street EFI system.
Who should use this system?
Any vehicle that is capable of mounting a fuel pump in a location lower than the fuel tank. Must have a gravity fed path from the fuel tank to the fuel pump. Performs well in all weather conditions.
Features & Benefits:
- Supports up to 600 HP
- Fuel pressure can be adjusted for optimum performance
- Higher horsepower capacity than returnless system
- Includes a return line to eliminate the potential for fuel vapor lock
- Will not work for 600+ HP engines
- Unbaffled tanks may exhibit fuel starvation, due to sloshing at low fuel levels
- Requires a return fitting to be installed in the fuel tank
- Installation Diagram:
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