Holley 12-375 Features:
- Free flows 350 liters per hour (LPH)
- Fuel pressure is internally regulated to 58 psi eliminating the need for an external fuel pressure regulator
- The module returns excess fuel right inside the tank so no separate return line is required
- Designed as a direct replacement for factory pick-up and sending unit
- The fuel sender is pre-calibrated to factory settings (73-10 ohms) to work with the original fuel gauge
- 5/16 in. (.3125) inlet diameter
- HydraMat filter has a unique internal reservoir that keeps fuel available at the pick-up and also provides protection from contaminants
- Can retain the factory fuel hard line by connecting to fuel pump module with EFI-rated hose
Note: The pump is not compatible for use with Pulse-width Modulation (PWM)
Convert Classic Vehicles to EFI with a Drop-in Fuel Pump Module
Holley OEM-Style Fuel Tank Modules are an easy and cost-effective way to convert your vehicle's fuel system to an EFI conversion. These modules are designed as a direct replacement for your factory pick-up and sending unit without any modifications to the factory fuel hard line or fuel tank. Modules are application-specific and include a pre-calibrated fuel-level sending unit; designed to work directly with the factory fuel gauge.
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