Give your engine the extra fuel it needs with one a MagnaFuel QuickStar 300 Fuel Pump. These CNC'd aluminum bodied pumps feature a high-quality low amperage motor that is designed to work with 12 V or 16 V applications. The exclusive vane & rotor design keeps operating temperatures low, which prevents overheating. They provide your engine with a consistent fuel supply, while the external bypass eliminates cavitation and fuel starvation.
Features & Specs:
- For turbo, supercharged or nitrous systems, where the high volume of the ProStar series is not required
- Includes a race-proven low amperage motor
- 6061 aluminum pump body
- Provides reliable, consistent fuel supply with superior flow
- Instantaneous compensation for sudden changes in fuel demand
- External bypass eliminates cavitation and fuel starvation
- Resin-impregnated stainless steel rotor in a polymer wear ring
- Compatible with alcohol and gasoline racing fuel
- Designed for 12 V or 16 V applications
- No metal-to-metal contact within pump
- Completely rebuildable
- Fittings not included
Note: Power ratings are for naturally aspirated engines running gasoline. Some products legal for racing only; never to be used on public roads or emission-controlled vehicles.
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