JEGS 555-15942 Street 110 GPH Electric Fuel Pump Features:
- For carbureted applications and Gasoline Use Only
- 110 gph / 416 lph fuel flow for most street and occasional strip use applications
- Preset at 7 psi which doesn’t require a fuel pressure regulator
- Includes: (2) 3/8 inch NPT fittings with 3/8 in. hose barb and mounting bracket
JEGS 555-15942 Street 110 GPH Electric Fuel Pump Note:
- Not for use with Fuel Injection Systems
Can another fuel pump push fuel through this pump when not running? I want to plumb it in-line with my in-tank pump as a backup to turn on if the in-tank pump fails.
I bought one a year ago and when I finally installed it it leaked fuel (gas) out of the bottom - dripping. It ran fine and produced 7 psi. Took the bottom cover off and the gasket was wavy. Can I use a holley red gasket to replace the one it came with?
Is the psi adjustable ?
Can this pump be mounted upside down? (Motor on the bottom) to make my inlet and outlet on the correct sides?
Can I reduce the inlet and outlet on this fuel pump to match up with my 5/16" fuel line? Also, I mounted up front and the car kept stalling out. I have a 302 aprox 350 horse Thanks !!
Can I mount them s on my firewall and pull from the fuel tank # foxbody
How come these electric fuel pumps say for carbureted engines only do you have some that are for fuel injection?
What's d warranty on this pump?
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