140 GPH Fuel System
140 GPH Electric Pump 555-15944
Billet Fuel Pressure Regulator 555-15912
Comp Fuel Filter 555-15170
Liquid-Filled Fuel Pressure Gauge 0-15psi 555-41010
Cushion Clamps 555-82036
(2) #6 Straight Hose Ends 555-100001
(5) #8 Straight Hose Ends 555-100002
(2) #6 90-Degree Hose Ends 555-100021
(1) #8 90-Degree Hose End 555-100022
(2) 3/8" to #6 Flare 555-100106
(5) 3/8" to #8 Flare 555-100107
6' of #6 Braided Hose 555-100911
15' of #8 Braided Hose 555-100923
#6 to 3/8" NPT Gauge Fitting 555-100524
Avoid confusion, wasted time and money designing a fuel system from scratch...
Benefit from our experience--this fuel pump and regulator kit includes virtually all you need to install a complete fuel system on your carburated, street rod, muscle car, and Pro Street or other race vehicle.
Due to the many possible applications, fuel cell and carb fittings are sold separately.
Compatible with Gasoline
JEGS Street/Performance/Race Electric Fuel Pumps
what fuel cell is good with this for a 93 mustang foxbody with a 351 w in it
Currently working on an ls swap into my 88s10 and buying a fuel cell. I would like to confirm before purchasing, will this kit play nicely with a 5.3 ls?
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