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MagnaFuel ProTuner 525 In-Line Fuel Pump

MagnaFuel MP-4302
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MagnaFuel ProTuner 525 In-Line Fuel Pump $429.99
ProTuner 525 In-Line Fuel Pump
  • 1000+ HP
  • 10 amps at 45 psi
  • -8 AN Inlet/Outlet
  • Classic Blue/Black Finish

  • MagnaFuel MP-4302 Details

    ProTuner In-Line Fuel Pumps

    Specifications:

    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    MP-4302
    Shipping Weight:
    5.30
    Package Height:
    10.100
    Package Depth:
    5.500
    Package Width:
    8.300

    In-Line Pumps with the Efficiency and Reliability of a Gear Pump

    MagnaFuel's ProTuner In-Line Electric Fuel Pumps offer quiet and reliable performance perfect for both street and racing applications. Their compact and lightweight design make them the right choice for tight-fit spaces. These pumps are CNC machined and completely rebuildable for easy maintenance and long lasting durability.

    Features & Specs:

    • For 2000+ HP based on naturally aspirated engines running gas
    • Ideal for street muscle cars
    • Compact and lightweight, great for tight fits (7 in. L x 3 in. W)
    • Anodized CNC aluminum pump body
    • High-torque motor with low current draw never needs step-down
    • -8 AN inlet/outlet ports
    • 20 to 120 psi
    • Self-priming, continuous duty
    • Double support bearings
    • Polymer wear plates for smooth, quiet operation
    • Vertical or horizontal mount (bracket included)
    • Rebuildable to as-new condition
    • All fittings sold separatelyy 

    How many (liters per hour) does this pump flow fuel ?

    Asked by: lsx260z
    This will flow approximately 525 Gallons per hour, that would make it 1700 or so Liters per hour.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2018-04-10

    I used to have the 380lph a&m pump and it was loud . does this pump run more quiet than most ? or in general?

    Asked by: lsx260z
    That depends on the driver and what they expect. These are made very well but to support up to 1000+ horsepower, one would expect a little noise. I would recommend mounting it with a rubber pad between the pump and mounting point to dampen the noise/feel of the pump. Hope this helps.
    Answered by: sMango
    Date published: 2018-04-07

    Will this pump work with E-85 and how much power can it make EFI on E-85?

    Asked by: Domm
    This is designed for gasoline fuel.
    Answered by: Dean R
    Date published: 2017-11-30
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