JEGS Street/Strip Electric Fuel Pump [110 gph / 416 lph]
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Electric Fuel Pumps
- LPH = (GPH x 3.785)
- GPH = (LPH / 3.785)
I noticed that the image has a yellow wire but the instructions indicate a red wire. I am assuming black is black or ground. Can you confirm this? And correct your instructions? I get burned all most every time I assume something.
Can i lower the presure to 5.5 ?
Is this pump made off shore, or made in the USA?
Will the regulator control down to 7 psi (+/- 2 psi)?
Is this pump designed as a pusher or puller design? Is it more efficient mounted as close to possible to fuel tank (pusher), or close to motor (puller)?
Dimensions? A CAD drawing would be great. For this to work for me, I need to know if it will fit in the spot I intend to mount it. Thnx.
does the regulator allow for a return line to be connected to it? (3 ports)
Will a an-8 fitting thread into this pump and regulator?
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