Carburetor to Regulator Kits
- (1) 0-15 PSI Fuel Pressure Gauge
- (1) Straight Max Flow Hose End -6AN
- (6') Pro-Flo 200 Series Stainless Steel Braided Hose -06AN
- (2) Aluminum Pipe Plugs 3/8" NPT
- (1) Dual Feed Fuel Line Kit -06AN Male Inlet
- (1) 90° Max Flow Swivel Hose End -6AN
- (1) Blue Straight Flare Fitting 3/8" NPT to -6AN Flare
Pro-Flo 200 Hose Features:
- High-tensile Stainless Steel outer shell resists high pressure, temperature, & abrasion
- Stainless steel inner braid
- Seamless nitrile inner tube
- accepted by the NHRA
- Not for use with brake fluid
Includes all of the line, hose ends, and fittings necessary to plumb your fuel system from a mechanical fuel pump to a carb or 2-port regulator to the carb. Regulator to carb kits include -06AN or -08AN hose and fittings. Carburetor to regulator kits also include a 0-15 PSI gauge. See below for applications.
Fuel pumps, regulators, and carburetors sold separately.
JEGS EZ Kits are designed by JEGS professionals to ensure that you get all the correct parts you need.
Can I run this right to my fuel pump? Instead of a regulator
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