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JEGS Mechanical Fuel Pump Big Block Chevy 396-427-454 [110 gph, Chrome]


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Mechanical Fuel Pump Big Block Chevy 396-427-454 [110 gph, Chrome]
Mechanical Fuel Pump
  • Big Block Chevy 396, 427, 454
  • Chrome
  • 1/4 in. NPT Inlet/Outlet Ports
  • 6.5 to 8 psi
  • 110 gph
  • Gasoline Only
  • Ships on 01/02/24

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    I have a 454 K20, jegs said this is the replacement, I have an outlet port and inlet port and two other openings that I don’t know what should or should not go into them? There are 4 holes and I only have two hoses for fuel. How do I close off the others?

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    The Jegs 555-15961 fuel pump can use pipe plugs for unused ports.
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    how do I clock pump

    Asked by: need help
    There is 6 screws on the bottom of it that can be removed to clock the pump.
    Answered by: Jon Jegs Tech
    Date published: 2018-03-12

    Will I need a regulator?

    Asked by: XXXXOOOO
    No regulator required
    Answered by: SteveM
    Date published: 2017-08-25
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