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Holley HP Fuel Pump Street/Strip Carb or EFI Applications

510-12-890

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Holley 12-890
$390.95
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HP Fuel Pump
  • Street/Strip Carb or EFI Applications
  • Supports up to 900 EFI or 1050 Carb HP
  • Compatible with Pump Gas*, Race gas, Diesel or E85
  • Max Amp Draw: 18 Amps
  • GPH Flow @ Rated psi and 13.5V:
    96 @ 8 psi, 76 @ 43 psi, 47 @ 70 psi
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    If this pump were to be used as a diesel lift pump and failed, would it still allow fuel to pass through it? 

    Asked by: ChrisBrekken
    It may allow a small amount of fuel to pass through, but not enough to run the engine correctly.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2018-06-18
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