Horse Power Rating at 3 Bar (43.5 psi) of Fuel Pressure:
- Up to 700 horsepower naturally-aspirated
- Up to 550 horsepower at 14.5 psi of boost
- Up to 505 horsepower at 29 psi of boost
- This pump is rated for electronically fuel-injected gasoline engines only
- The fuel pump bracket is sold separeately, we recommend JEGS 555-15920
- This fuel pump requires the use of a 100-micron pre-filter
- Pump will require a fuel pressure regulator such as 555-159120
- Please use a fused circuit capable of conducting 25 amps
- For optimum performance please ensure the pump is running at 13.5 volts
- DO NOT reverse fuel pump polarity, doing so will damage the fuel pump
- (1) -6 AN O-ring to -8 AN adapter fitting
- (1) -10 AN O-ring to -8 AN adapter fitting
- (1) -6 AN Sealing Washer
- (2) -8 AN Straight Push-Lock Hose End
- (2) -8 AN 45 Degree Push Lock Hose End
- (1) M6 x 1.0 3/8 (.375) in. Hex Nut
- (1) M5 x 0.8 5/16 (.313) in. Hex Nut
- (1) 14-18 Gauge Ring Terminal
- (1) 22-16 Gauge Ring Terminal
Is this pump compatible with pulse width modulation, for returnless systems?
I recently had the bandit efi system installed on my Ford galaxie. They kit says it comes with this pump and I’m wondering is it supposed to be so loud? Mine is making this terrible noise that you can hear over the roar of the car.
Can I run e85 through this pump?
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