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Quick Fuel Low Pressure Regulator 3/8" NPT ports

Quick Fuel 30-804QFT


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Quick Fuel Low Pressure Regulator 3/8" NPT ports $28.27
Low Pressure Regulator
  • 3/8" NPT ports
  • Pressure Range: 1 to 4 psi
  • Includes Mounting Bracket and Instructions

  • Billet Pressure Regulators
    Based on the same popular die cast versions, these regulators are CNC machined from solid aluminum for the ultimate in strength and repeatability. When your pressure regulator requirements demand the ultimate in precision, these billet pressure regulators are designed to meet the most stringent requirements. -8AN ports.

    Billet Pressure Regulator Manifolds
    Mounting multiple regulators have always been a problem. Quick fuel Technology has solved the issue with an all new billet fuel log. Now you can mount up to four pressure regulators, in series to supply your carburetors as well as auxiliary fuel demand applications. Caps offer the ability to block off an unused section for future use. Billet fuel pressure Regulator Logs come with the correct fasteners to mount the regulators. -8AN ports.

    Pressure Regulator Diaphragm Kits
    Replaces existing diaphragm with improved material. Works with Holley and QFT regulators.

    What is this perticular regulator adjusted to, at factory setting, psi ??

    Asked by: The Woodster
    The actual pressure varies from unit to unit, but most are set to 3 psi.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2018-05-24

    It states 1 to 4 psi.... Is that the max it can handle or is it the max it will allow through it?

    Asked by: Chetto
    This will regulate a 6 or 7lb pump down to 1-4 psi output.
    Answered by: Jon Jegs Tech
    Date published: 2018-01-22

    Do I turn it in or out to reduce pressure?

    Asked by: Arvey
    Turning the set screw in will increase pressure, turning it out decreases pressure.
    Answered by: Jegs Tech
    Date published: 2017-08-25
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    Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws / regulations