- For gasoline use only
- Not for use with fuel injection systems
Proven Fuel Delivery for Nearly any Application
JEGS Electric Fuel Pumps meet the needs of almost all types of vehicles, from street driven to the weekend racer. These fuel pumps use a rotary vane design to provide reliability and consistency and offer a low amperage draw at full load.
JEGS Electric Fuel Pumps are available in three different free flow ratings:
- Street - 110 GPH
- Street/Strip - 120 GPH
- Street/Strip/Race - 140 GPH
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?
can this pump be used for e85 also
Does this pump need to have a return line to gas tank, or can it be used as a replacement pump for mechanical fuel pump with one line only.
I presume the mounting bracket can be "lowered" a bit more towards the bottom of the pump by the looks of the rubber insert between the clamp and the pump body.
No answer on this since your pump is not marked there is no way to determine inlet or outlet. Please respond!
DOES THIS PUMP SELF PRIME? HOW HIGH CAN IT BE MOUNTED ABOVE FUEL TANK? Can it be used to transfer fuel ? DOES IT NEED TO BE GRAVITY FED?
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