JEGS 555-15950 Mechanical Fuel Pump Features:
- Fits Small Block Chevy engines including 283, 307, 327, 350, 400, and others
- For carbureted applications and gasoline use only
- 80 gph / 303 lph fuel flow for most street-use applications
- Chrome finish for great looks and long life
- 1/4 inch NPT fitting size to adapt to the rest of the vehicle’s fuel system
JEGS 555-15950 Mechanical Fuel Pump Special Note:
- Not for carbureted vehicles with vapor return lines or fuel injection.
JEGS 555-15950 Mechanical Fuel Pump Includes:
- (1) Mounting Gaskets
- (2) Mounting Bolts 3/8 in.-16 x 1 1/2 in. Long
- (2) Mounting Bolt Flat Washers 3/8 in.
What size mechanical fuel pump do I need?
- For a Small Block Chevy, choose the JEGS 15950 manual fuel pump, specifically designed for optimal performance and compatibility with small-block engines.
What are the disadvantages of a mechanical fuel pump?
- Mechanical fuel pumps may be noisier and have a lower flow rate compared to electric pumps. However, JEGS 15950 minimizes noise and maximizes efficiency.
What should the fuel pressure be on a mechanical fuel pump?
- For the SBC, the JEGS 15950 mechanical fuel pump maintains a stable fuel pressure, typically around 6 to 7 psi, ensuring proper engine function and longevity.
Are mechanical fuel pumps better?
- Yes, the JEGS 15950 Small Block Chevy mechanical fuel pump offers reliability and simplicity. It's a robust choice for enthusiasts valuing traditional performance and ease of maintenance.
How do you rotate to move fittings away from the frame
Will this mechanical fuel pump fit my 283 cu in Motor installed in a 1957 Chevrolet belair
Will it just bolt on my 1987 El Camino with a 305, or would I need a regulator?
Will this mechanical fuel pump fit my 327 cu in Motor installed in a 1957 Chevrolet Nomad?
What are the power limits of this pump, and is it compatible with E85?
Will it fit a chevy 235?
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