Hyperfuel's compact Go EFI Tight-Fit Fuel Command Center is your all-in-one external fuel assembly solution for delivering a steady supply of fuel to your 600 HP engine and is ideal for use with boost or nitrous power adders.
- Compact 8-1/2 in. Height
- Supports up to 600 HP
- (1) High-Volume Flex Fuel 255 LPH Pump
- Compatible with Any EFI System
- No Needle Seats or Floats
- Can Vertically or Horizontally Mount with Proper Fittings (Sold Separately)
- Billet Aluminum Tank with Black Anodized Finish
- Compatible with E-85 Gasoline and Alcohol or Methanol-Based Fuels
Fuel Delivery for Up to 600 HP Engines
With a height of only 8-1/2 inches, the Go EFI Tight-Fit Fuel Command Center is a smaller version of Hyperfuel's 2.0 model and designed to easily mount in the limited spaces of your engine compartment or anywhere on the vehicle's chassis. This all-in-one assembly contains a submerged, high-volume Flex Fuel 255 LPH pump that is compatible with any EFI system and capable of supporting up to 600 hp engines with a steady supply of fuel. The Command Center's built-in regulator and the sump tank maintain a reservoir of fuel to prevent pump starvation when the tank has a low fuel level; resulting in a cooler-running fuel pump with long-term durable performance.
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